Mysticvean, Ireland
  • country Ireland
  • Member since Joined 20th Aug., 2016
  • icon Seen 12 minutes ago

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  • icon English, ISL, ASL, BSL and Gambian Sign Language
  • icon 16th September
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About Alvean...


What do I have to say? Hmm, a lot, so I don't know where to start.

If you got a card from me, feel free to scan and replace the photo of the card . I don't have a scanner so I use my phone if an online copy of the postcard image isn't available.

I like any and all types of postcards from anywhere in the world :) If you have vintage stuff, it would be great, but anything I get is very much appreciated.

I don't mind getting ad cards.

If you want to write something different and get it off your chest, feel free to do so with me. Rants? Random thoughts? Complaints? Use me as your sounding board. If it makes it easier for you, feel free to write in a language that I do not know.

Rants, Secrets, Doodles, whatever you wish... and on cards that make you smile when you know they're for me.


I enjoy reading fanfiction.

A keen history buff.

I enjoy travelling.

Member of the ISL Signing community (Irish Sign Language)

I live in Dublin, Ireland, and love my city.

cheers :)

PS: Dear Chinese, Taiwanese, Russian and Belarussian postcrossers, please add the Chinese or Cyrillic version of your address to your profile, as the chance of your card arriving is vastly improved. 35% of my cards to these countries disappear - most of which have no address in your local language that uses a different alphabet, which may be the reason your post company find it difficult to deliver? People have tried to contradict me, but the track record speaks for itself.

We have to face it, postcards get lost unfortunately or travel much longer than we would have expected. If I have not registered your card, I have not received it. Remember, Postcrossing advises not to register postcards that have not been received. If you are not sure about this feel free to read the Postcrossing FAQ: Last year over forty of the postcards I sent expired. Most of the receivers never showed up again.

I kindly ask you to respect my privacy rights. Do not pass on my address to third parties such as touch note or else.

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