Lobelia(or Titia) is a member in Netherlands . She has been a member for over 5 years (1,866 days).
Pleased to meet you! My name is Titia, I am a writer, married and a mother of three (17, 12 and 10 y.o.). Someone who inspires me is the German poet Jochen Klepper. My website about him: http://jochenklepper.nl/wp/.
I love nature, reading, studying for fun and I'm a bit of a hermit - that is when I find the time to be one.
I like most cards (as long as they're family proof). I give you some suggestions, but if you want, go ahead and surprise me!
ღ Maximum cards ♥
ღ Fauna of Belarus
ღ Beautiful cemeteries
ღ Old trading centers / routes
ღ Calligraphy, old handwritings
ღ Hanse cities and kogge ships
ღ Flora and fauna of your country
ღ (Old) ships from your country, harbours
ღ (Vintage) postcards about communism
ღ Saints or deities that are important to your area
ღ Art from your country, traditional or contemporary
ღ nature's wonders, cosmos, aurora borealis & australis
ღ your culture (festivities, national costume, music, legends, poetry...)
I don't like:
☂ (modern) buildings
☂ cats, dogs, other pets (on cards)
☂ cards from calenders or postcardbooks
☂ cards representing another country than your own
♫ I appreciate a nice stamp!
♫ There are certain stamps I'd love to receive - but don't worry if you don't have them:
♪ Insects and spiders ♥
♪ Scented stamps, such as chocolate stamp from Belgium ♥
♪ Commemorative stamps
♪ 'Europa' stamps
♪ Nature themes
♪ Art themes
♪ RU, LT and XU: Postcrossing stamp
♪ US, BY, DE, RU: other than standard international stamp
♫ Don't forget to tell me something about YOU on the postcard.
♫ Be my teacher. Tell me something I don't know about your country.
♫ Bitte schreib mir auf Deutsch!
♫ Merci de m'écrire en français!
Let's exchange some beautiful cards!
One more thing: My last name is Lindeboom. It's the name of a tree with heartshaped leaves - Tilia in Latin. Could you tell me the name of this tree in your language, with the right characters? That would be wonderful!
So far I have, thanks to several postcrossers (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Bahasa Melayu (MY): Pokok Linden
Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian: липа
Chinese: 菩提樹 (Pu-Ti-Schu)
English (Australian, British): Lime tree
English (American): Linden
Estonian: Pärn - South-Estonian dialect: Lõhmus
Greek: φιλύρα (Philýra)
Hebrew: תִרזָה (tirzá)
Japanese: 西洋菩提樹 or せいようぼだいじゅ or seiyoubodaiju
Korean: 보리수 (나무) (Bo-ri-su tree)
Ladinish (IT): Linda
Latvian, Lithuanian: Liepa
Maori: Tree ki te ngakay āhva rav
Norwegian, Swedish: Lind
Tagalog (Philippines): púno ng dayap (or upa?)
Thai: ลินเด็น (Linden)
Fun Lindeboom Facts:
* it's the national tree of the Czech Republic
* it's a popular girl's name in Lithuania (Liepa)
* it's a symbol of nirvana in Buddhism