Piskurka, Poland
  • country Poland
  • Member since Joined 9th Oct., 2015
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  • icon English, Polski, Русский, Беларуская мова
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  • icon 18th September 1995
    (27 years old)
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About Anna...

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Hi! I'm Ann, 26 years old dentist from Cracow, Poland. I love reading, cats, hiking, dentistry, big tennis and CrossStitching. Some of my interests from last years - fountain pens, inks and craft beer. I'm married to a wonderful man who works in IT (and is also a postcrosser). In June 2020 we adopted a 2 years old abyssinian cat Puma from volunteers. In my spare time I try to help homeless cats. In 2022 I saved our 2nd cat Czarnuszka from Cracow street. Czara is an average fully black cat. From Feb 2022 I also volonteer to help Ukranian refugees.

My family relocated to Poland from Belarus in December 2020 .In Belarus (Minsk) I worked as a dentist in a public dental clinic where you can get dental help for free. I love my mother country so much, but now I can't even visit my parents there. I've already passed several exams for nostrification and hopefully will continue my work as a dentist in Poland in October 2022. Now I feel myself in Cracow like at home and our family plans to stay here.

I collect stamps with owls and cats. But will be more than happy so see other beautiful stamps on your postcards or envelopes.

I am happy about any motive of your postcard. It is your choice.
You can always look at my favourites for the inspiration :) For me - your message is the soul of the postcard.

But if you really want to make me happy these are my favourite topics (in no particular order):
- cats (abyssinian or black cats❤)
- MaximumCards
- stairs, windows, doors
- pumpkins and other autumn motives
- foxes
- postcards in white-red-white colours
- owls
- hedgehogs
- books, people reading
- dentistry, medicine
- macro photography
- fantasy (dragons, elfs, magic creatures, etc.)
- tennis and tennis players
- pokemon
- crossstitching
- aurora borealis
- Greetings from...
- cats of Maria Pavlova
- иллюстрации Артёма Артякова, Лены Гнедковой
- sea\ocean
- coffee or tea
- beautiful landscapes
- handmade\selfmade postcards
- illustrated postcards
- cards with white frame
- lilacs
- 3D cards or other unusual cards
- Happy Birthday cards (in september)
- New Year and Christmas cards (November - January)

You can send it in envelope if it costs not too much or without it - it's only up to you. Also you could enclose stamps, tea bags, stickers, photos, hand-made things, it gives me more information about you and your area. In Poland sending a postcard and an envelope costs the same, so I often send envelopes with something inside =)

If you don't know what to write - I'd like to know - "Are you afraid of dentists?".

I don't mark as "favorites" my received cards, because I treasure them all. On my favorites' wall are the cards that I don't have and would love to receive :)

Please write the date on your card. If you write using fountain pen - can you please mention the title of your ink? Thank you very much for reading till the end ^__^

Happy Postcrossing!

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