Mama-Bear, United States of America
  • country U.S.A.
  • Member since Joined 27th Jan., 2009
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About Angela...

Hello Lovely PostCrossers!

Special request: Please write the DATE and your POSTCROSSING NAME on the card along with the ID number of course.
Thanks so very much! I would love you forever if you did!
(I'll love you forever if you didn't but please DO! :) )

I'm a married mom from northern Ohio, USA. I don't have a lot of time for hobbies but I love reading, movies, music, and walking the nature trails.

ANY card is loved and appreciated but I love music related, Bettie Page, pin-ups, sexy, Cheshire Cat / Alice In Wonderland, paranormal or weird cards, graves, cemeteries, memorials, monuments, bears, Game of Thrones, Walking Dead, Harry Potter, Marvel Universe, Star Trek, Pokémon Go (friend code 6304 3867 6601), funny cards, Art, museums, architecture, castles or ruins, people famous or not famous, cats, anime, bodies of water, lighthouses, sushi, coffee, and Self-made cards (Love them)

You could send me YOUR favorite card! Tell me why it's the best. :)

Please no cards in envelopes and no ad/junkmail cards unless they're cool.

Try to use some nice stamps - I always do. I enjoy the stamps as much as the cards!

Tell me something about the card or about yourself and lifestyle, a secret, a passion, something shocking! Just write or you can draw a picture and say hello - this is such an exciting way to meet people from around the world, don't waste the opportunity!

Controversy: I have never asked someone to register a card that has expired (I have many) or hasn't reached its destination in what I believe to be a reasonable amount of time. I have, however, re-sent many expired cards to people who are obviously very active on Postcrossing and would obviously register a received card right away, realizing the card must be lost or destroyed by an evil mail sorting machine. This happens. I know Postcrossing can be an expensive hobby, but you take a gamble when you send off a card. You hope it arrives safely and it usually does. Sometimes it doesn't. Life goes on. Please don't send me a message asking to register a card. I register all cards I receive within 24 hours, always. I love Postcrossing, I love people, and it hurts to say no. :(

In this scary time of worldwide pandemic, I wish you and your loved ones good health, safety, and happiness. Take care of yourself and others!

Have fun Postcrossing!

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