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Knerq, United States of America


(or Nicole) is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 3 years (1,459 days).
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  • Distance sent: 2,008,408 miles
  • Last seen: 8 days ago
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  • Languages: English, some French, a tiny bit of Mandarin
  • Birthday: 18th June
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
  • Nicole is a Postcrossing Ambassador What is a Postcrossing ambassador?
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Lat: 38.80, Lon: -77.05 | Google Maps

About Nicole...

My favorite part of receiving a postcard is reading the back! Please tell me about 5 things that make you happy. I enjoy reading what you have to say so please write as much as you can! Be sure to include the date. I really like fun and interesting stamps.

I have lived in or have visited 17 countries. I am Canadian and I am married to an American. We have two cats, one foster cat (and two angels) that we love so much! My husband and I have hosted 3 exchange students.

I am a TBI (traumatic brain injury) survivor. I have been recovering from a concussion that was a result of being rear-ended.

I enjoy knitting, geocaching and writing letters to pen pals and for More Love Letters.

I am an avid supporter of the Little Free Library.

Christmas is my favorite holiday!! I also like Halloween and April Fools Day.

I love all things Canadian! My favorite colour is blue. I am a Gemini and was born in the Chinese zodiac year of the horse. My Chinese name is 高美珠. I am a big Disney fan. I also like Pixar, Minions, and Smurfs. I like holograms and puffy stickers and anything to do with the Olympics!

You can follow me on Instagram. My username is Knerq.


A Postcrossing article I wrote has been published in The Compass, a neighborhood newsletter.