Nordbaeris a member in Germany . He has been a member for over 11 years (4,220 days).
No Christmas cards, please. Thank you.
Nice to see you here, fellow postcrosser!
*1956 I like art, mailart, rubberstamping and my cats.
If you want to make me happy, send a card with people and/or black and white photography.
Sometimes I receive cards on which the sender tells me: "It is sooo difficult to find a card for you which you don't have... with more than 20.000 received cards..." My answer to this: ALL cards are unique by the writing on their back.
Easter and Christmas cards? No, thank you...
Unwritten in an envelope or written and stamped - do as you like, both is ok for me.
Do you have a friend or relative whom you want to surprise?
Then do the following:
1. Instead of selecting a card for me, pick a card from which you think your friend would like it.
(please, not bigger than 12 x 22 cm, no folded greeting cards or square cards, this would make it much more expensive)
2. Write on this card only the address of your friend (in the lower right corner) and send it to me in an envelope.
3. Attach a note with the postcard-ID and anything you want to write.
4. As soon as I get your envelope, I will register the ID and send the card to your friend with some surprise greetings.
5. This is just one of my silly spontaneous ideas, if you don't like it, send a card as usual...:-)
6. This offer is only for those people who have drawn my address for an official ID - sorry, I cannot afford more...
NOTE: As you can see above, I am not interested in direct swaps (just because I have not that much time...). But if you see a scanned card which I have sent to another user you can always ask me if I have another one of this card.
And if you are a newbie and have questions - feel free to ask me.
Have a wonderful day, don't forget to smile!
Or, as my dear friend Vika from Belarus says: "Today is a good day for having a good day..."
Expired cards: Yes.