MeggieW, Australia
  • Australia
  • Joined 7th Nov., 2014
  • Seen about 1 hour ago

Postcrossing Supporter 87th on sent postcards from 82nd on longest distance from
  • Not interested in direct swaps
  • English
  • Female
  • 29th March

About Margaret...

Wow, I have hit 1,000 postcards sent. I never believed I would ever reach that many. What fun I am having travelling the world through my letter box. I love receiving any kind of card. Do not panic when you see how many cards I have received. The written words make every card different and special. My 'favs' are many but just ones that grab me on the day and do not mean exclusive wants. I just love getting mail.
As I register all cards on receipt, please contact me if you have an expired card over 100 days.
A little about myself. I am married with one grown-up daughter. I am passionate about cricket, Aussie Rules football (go Sydney Swans), music (any kind), Dr Who, lighthouses, sunrise, sunset and stamps.
I retired from full-time work at the end of April 2018 and am now doing some casual office work 2 mornings a week. I am really enjoying the work and learning new skills which is always good. Of course this means I have more time to look for interesting postcards, knitting and reading (mainly crime fiction and biographies) and volunteering. I have been collecting children's books for several years and as my daughter works with pre-school children, I have a good excuse to buy more. I have a great laugh. Christmas is my favourite time of the year. I wish the joy and love shown at this time could last all year.
Just remembered: Please date your card as I like to keep track of how long (or short) a time your message takes to reach me. Also, if it does not add to your costs, please send your card in an envelope. Australia Post has commenced using a dark, large postmark which covers up your words (as I said earlier they are as important as the card) and frequently on the front of the card.

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