Hi! I'm Ann, 25 years old dentist from Cracow, Poland. I used to work as a dentist in a public dental clinic in Minsk where you can get dental help for free. I love reading, watching TV shows, dentistry, big tennis and CrossStitching. 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 who rescued her.
Also I love travelling. I've visited Russia, Poland, Crotia, Austria, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Egypt, Italy, Ukraine, Turkey, Lithuania, Latvia and Hungary. And I plan to visit a lot more countries in the future.
In October 2020 I've quitted my job in order to move to Poland. I love my mother country so much, but now it is not safe to live there. So, my husband and I moved to Poland in December 2020. I need to learn Polish on pretty high evel and then pass some exams to nostrificate my diploma to be able to continue my work as a dentist in Poland.
When I was in school I used to collect stamps, also I had my mother's collection of them. Now I don't go and buy stamps of other countries here, in Poland, but I'm very excited to recieve them from you. In 2018 I've started to collect stamps with owls.
I'd like to recieve cards with (in no particular order):
- cats (abyssinian cats ❤)
- MaximumCards ❤
- postcards in white-red-white colours
- teeth, dentistry, medicine
- macro photography
- fantasy (dragons, elfs, magic creatures, etc.)
- tennis and tennis players
- aurora borealis
- Greetings from...
- cats of Maria Pavlova
- иллюстрации Артёма Артякова, Лены Гнедковой
- coffee or tea
- beautiful landscapes
- handmade\selfmade postcards
- illustrated postcards
- cards with white frame
- old ships/trains
- 3D cards
- Happy Birthday cards (in september)
- New Year and Christmas cards (in winter)
If possible I would like to receive postcards - letters\mails are also welcome - or stamps related to my "wish-list". But I am also happy about any other motive. It is your choice.
You can always look at my favourites for the inspiration :)
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. Thank you very much for reading till the end ^___^