PatteHen, United States of America
  • country U.S.A.
  • Member since Joined 15th Feb., 2013
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  • icon 11th February

About Patricia...

Updated 28 June 2022
Hello! My name is Patricia. I have been married for almost 50 years and we have three adult sons, a daughter-in-law, and two grandsons. I enjoy reading, solving crossword puzzles, playing Mah Jongg, travel, volunteer work, simple sewing and embroidery projects, and I dabble in genealogy. Recently, my husband and I have become opera buffs. My avatar is a photo from our trip to Yellowstone National Park where there was still some snow at the end of June!

I'll be happy to receive whatever card you'd like to send! If you don't know what to write, tell me why I should visit your town, region or country. I'm always looking for travel ideas.

My "Favorites" are postcards I've admired and would love to add to my collection. Here are some other suggestions (and they are only suggestions) or you can surprise me with a postcard I never thought of asking for!

-atelier nouvelles images
-France, especially Paris
-anything Irish
-Portuguese tiles (azujelos) and colorful tableware
-Pisanki (decorated Easter eggs)
-Matryoshka (Russian nesting dolls)
-Dale Chihuly glass
-Lali cards
-books, libraries, people reading
-the game of golf
-the sea and beaches
-colors of the rainbow
-"Greetings from . . ." series (from So far, I have: Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom and USA.
-USA Postcrossers - I would like to collect postcards from locations in the National Park System. Thank you!
-Holiday (Christmas, St. Valentine's, Easter, Halloween, etc.) and birthday (in February) postcards are welcome.

Please do not write the ID number at the bottom of the postcard or near the stamps. The postal markings make it hard to read the number.

I am looking forward to hearing from you!

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