Mila1961, Russia
  • Country Russia
  • Member since Joined 9th Sep., 2016
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  • icon 6th February 1961
    (59 years old)

About Ludmila...

Greetings, dear postcrosser!
My name is Ludmila, I was born in 1961. Ural is the place of my birth, here I grew up, learned and worked. I'm a pensioner, but I work. I have two adult sons, a grandson and a granddaughter - I adore them!
I spend a lot of my free time on projects such as handiwork, I especially like "kanzashi" products - a Japanese technique for making hair ornaments. For the first time making a kanzashi for my little granddaughter I got carried away and now devote my time to this activity.
I also spend some time collecting bottles - I have more than 100 small (50 ml) bottles of alcohol (I do not drink alcohol), but it seems to me funny to collect these bottles of different shapes and with different content - I can boast that almost all drinks are in my house from liqueur to elite whiskey. I bought them in different countries, which I was lucky enough to visit, and also my friends brought from travels.
I enjoy hiking, 6000 steps a day is the norm for me. I try to walk more!
I have many other hobbies. Life is beautiful and amazing and I enjoy it.
I am happy to receive any type of postcard, as long as it is colourful and cheerful. It would be great to receive postcards that match the season or holidays, or special celebration days from your country. I am very interested in people in national clothes, historical or modern leaders, artists, singers, church, castle, building, street, tram and more. Nature, flowers, plants, wild and domestic animals - everything is interesting to me!
I love to receive a card that tells me some extra details about the person who sent it , so please tell me about your life or home.
When I send a postcard, I always try to “see” the addressee and find an interesting postcard for him, and don’t be surprised if there are stickers on the postcards, my granddaughter and I like to glue them on the postcard.
I will always send a thank you message to the writers of cards I receive and try to register a card on the day that it arrives.
I'm trying to get interesting stamps too. It's lovely when cards arrive with unusual or pretty stamps.
Thanks a lot,

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