I made a brief appearance at the Stampex Virtual Conference on World Postcard Day (1:05:35 in the video) www.postcrossing.com/blog/2020/10/12/world-postcard-day-wrap-up
I was quoted in this article about Postcrossing: https://inews.co.uk/news/uk/postcrossing-postcard-project-members-world-founder-paulo-magalhaes
My favorite part of receiving a postcard is reading the back! You can tell me about 5 things that make you happy, how you store/display your postcards, or (if applicable) where you watched/listened to the broadcast of the moon landing in 1969. I enjoy reading your message, so please write as much as you can! Be sure to include the date and your user name. I like unusual stamps. Please translate the postcard to English.
I am Canadian. I have been to 18 countries. I am married to an American. We have hosted 3 exchange students. We have three cats. We foster cats and kittens for a rescue called Pets Bring Joy.
I am a TBI (traumatic brain injury) survivor.
I enjoy knitting, playing Animal Crossing, geocaching and writing letters to pen pals and for www.moreloveletters.com
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, Hello Kitty, and Smurfs. I like holograms, puffy stickers, and anything to do with the Olympics!
I'm on Instagram @Knerq.
Please join the campaign to request that the U.S. Postal Service issue a Postcrossing stamp! Spread the word by adding this info to your profile & then send a postcard to:
Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee
475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Room 3300
Washington, DC 20260-3501
Пожалуйста, укажите дату, место происхождения, имя и имя пользователя посткроссинга.
Si prega di scrivere la data, il luogo di provenienza, il nome e il nome utente di Postcrossing.
I wrote an article about Postcrossing. It was published in a neighborhood newsletter called "The Compass." www.cameronstation.org/index.php/component/docman/doc_download/887-thecompassnewslettermarch-april2014 (page 17)