Palanka(or Paúlina) is a member in Belarus . She has been a member for over 7 years (2,683 days).
I'm a Belarusian girl, 32 (I lived first nine months in my mother before I was born, you know). I'm journalist & like learning languages. I also study family psychology to know how to make a happy family :-D
Please, use your mother tongue (I'm sure I can read it if you write clear). It's rather strange to see a card from Poland, Germany or Ukraine written in English. And pleeeeeeease, don't use Russian if you are not Russian (except it is the only language we both can understand).
I'm a bit tired with usual tourist cards. So I prefer illustrations and great photos. It can be a happy family, animals (I love dogs!), old painting & so on. And I'm fond of such painted landscape in fairytale beauty style:
Birthday cards in August-September, Christmas cards in December-January and Easter greetings according both to old and new calendar are welcomed, too)
Postcrossers aus Deutschland! Ich freue mich sehr "Burnt Out" Englische Bulldogger zu sehen. http://thumbs.ebaystatic.com/images/g/3zkAAOSw5dNWopdC/s-l225.jpg
Ich hatte es aber verloren ((
Dear Poscrossers from U.S.A.! I'd like to collect all The New Yorker))
No inappropriate postcard images like violence, nude people ("pin-up" is also horrible for me), alcohol, smoking, horoscope and other occultism, etc. Thank you!
I love Poscrossing, but not the Poscrossing theme. I bag you: no cards from Postcrossers' meetings!!! A lot of other members will be really happy to receive it, but I like privite messages, not just a list of unknown names.
My country's name is BELARUS. I'm not against any national variants, but DON'T write it in ugly Soviet way! I still receive cards written wrong, what a pity!!!
And, please, date the card)
Дорогие русскоязычные друзья! Очень обидно, когда некоторые из вас пытаются "перевести" и коверкают беларуское имя ''на русский лад''. Да, Google Translate тоже не подозревает, что имена не переводятся, он - машина. Спасибо, что вы живые люди!