Quahtreenuh(or Katrina) is a member in Canada . She has been a member for over 4 years (1,786 days).
I'm a 29 year old German-Albertan. By education I am an historian, but by profession I am now in medical administration. In the rest of my time, I produce music (link above if you're interested) and am learning to dj. I also love to read, write, travel, and make memes out of my cat Leona (https://www.instagram.com/leonameowsaitl/)
My only serious request is that you write me a message!
Please write about yourself, about the card, about your day, country, politics or opinions, whatever you like. Please write a message - feel free to write in any of the languages I have listed above. If you tell me a story, maybe I will turn it into a song ;)
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 interesting buildings, etc),
tourist cards (for example: traditional cultural items/people, skylines, famous landmarks, nature, animals, landscapes),
map or flag cards,
famous people in history (politicians, royals, national heroes, artists, philosophers, etc),
YOUR favorite card (and tell me why you like it!),
I do not collect stamps and rarely notice them; you can save special stamps for someone else. Thanks.
THANK YOU FOR SENDING ME A CARD!!
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.