RaineyDay

RaineyDay, United States of America
  • country U.S.A.
  • Member since Joined 11th Sep., 2011
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  • icon 24th April

About RaineyDay...

I've been watching and waiting for the mail truck for about 45 years now. It's my favorite time of the day! I love collecting postcards and I love the postage stamps too.

Please do not put my postcards in envelopes. I love the postage stamps as much as the cards. And I think the postal marks or signs of travel on a postcard just add to it's character. No need for envelopes!

I would love to hear what what book you've read or movie you've watched that made you wish you could LIVE in it, with the characters and why?

Or, what is last book you read and do you recommend it? why or why not?

If you have a postcard you think is too strange to send to anyone, please send to me!

I love postcards that are artistic, unusual, bright colors, or feature children in native costume.

Feeding the birds in my yard is a hobby of mine. I love postcards with birds in the illustration.

I like postcards featuring books or illustrations from books.

Churches, palaces or old homes are interests of mine.

I love art post cards and strange postcards! I like postcards with people on them. Strange people, strange art. It's all good!

I would love a postcard from the circus or one with a clown on it.

I collect recipe postcards.

I love maps and postcards with words or numbers.

I like postcards from places in your area that are special to you.

Also, photographs, black and white designs, cats, and recipes.

I would love postcards of working dogs. Or any dogs, especially the Great Pyreneess.

Other favorites to collect include any historical sites from any country. I have three almost grown bio children, and two little girls adopted from China in 2007 and 2009, so I especially love any sort of Asian art or place postcard.

I look forward to learning more about postcrossing and the people here.

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