Hi! I'm Polina from Belarus. I'm 18.
I'm a second year student of Belarusian state university (in Minsk). I'm major in international tourism.
Besides I'm practicing my English and learning Italian.
I adore Italy and everything that comes with it.To visit this country and make friends there is one of the priorities on my wish list.
I'm especially passionate about theatre. Not only i watch performances, but i perform on stage myself. Now I'm completely immersed in performing and get the buzz from it.
Check out our theatre account at https://www.instagram.com/theater.avtorskiy/?igshid=xmib4fliscv9
I'm fond of musicals as well. My favourite one's are: La-la-land; Mary Poppins returns.
Actually, I enjoy listening all Disney songs from movies and cartoons.
I'm not a couch potato, I'm always on the go. So traveling and adventure are my cup of tea. However, if i stay at home on some days, i love watching a good film or reading a good book like The Book Thief; Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and etc.
If you'd like to learn more about my daily life, here's a link to my insta account https://www.instagram.com/polina.lkv/?igshid=fy0qmesble4z. Happy to meet you there.
If you're reading my profile to determine what kind of postcards I like best, thanks! I would most especially enjoy postcards that feature:
~ Something from DISNEY movies and cartoons
~ USSR cartoons
~ Performing arts and theater (or circus)
~ Theater masks
~ Vintage fairies
~ Mythical creatures (fairies, gnomes)
~ Offbeat or weird
~ Vintage travel posters, travel art
~ 1930's, 1940's, 1950's – photos, posters, advertisements
~ Anderson Design Group cards
~ Illustrated (drawn or painted)
~ Painted/drawn city views
~ Urban sketching
~ Watercolor images
~ Seasonal cards (Easter, Christmas, Halloween)
~ A card you feel is particularly beautiful, funny or unusual, even if it doesn't fall in any of the categories above
Also, I'm not a fan of view/multiview cards - if it's possible, please save them for someone who will appreciate them. Thank you!
N.B. PLEASE WRITE THE DATE ON YOUR POSTCARDS! Postmarks often illegible/absent.