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Quahtreenuh, Canada


(or Katrina) is a member in Canada . She has been a member for over 4 years (1,603 days).
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Lat: 53.55, Lon: -113.47 | Google Maps

About Katrina...

I'm a 29 year old German-Albertan. By education I am an historian, but by profession I am now in medical administration. Growing up I took voice lessons and sang competitively, but I have recently rediscovered my love of music with sound editing and digital music production. I also love to read, write, and travel!

My only serious request is that you write me a message!
Please write about yourself, about the card, about your day or or country or about politics or your opinions, whatever you like. Please write a message - feel free to write in any of the languages I have listed above.

I would love to be surprised by whatever card you send me. I'm sure I will like it ;)

if you would like some more ideas, I like:
Diddl, Sheepworld, Hello Kitty, and other such cute brands
vintage cards (or reprints),
architecture cards (CASTLES!! also temples, mosques, churches, other neat old buildings, etc),
tourist cards (for example: traditional cultural items/people, skylines, famous landmarks),
map or flag cards
nature cards (animals, landscapes, etc),
funny cards,
famous people in history (politicians, royals, national heroes, artists, philosophers, etc),
YOUR favorite card (and tell me why you like it!),
something from my favorites or similar (these are cards I have NOT received yet)

Please use as few stamps as possible. I do not collect them and rarely notice them, you can save special stamps for someone else. Thanks.


NOTE: I have stopped sending postcards written in German, as being continually asked why a Canadian speaks German has gotten pretty frustrating. Emigration does not mean you forget how to speak. This message applies to people from everywhere: someone might not share your nationality but that does not mean they don't share your heritage. This is especially likely if they live in Canada.