TaiChieris a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 6 years (2,363 days).
Here's a bit about me: I practice and teach Tai Chi, and I enjoy jewelry making, knitting, birdwatching, photography, genealogy, art, cooking Asian food, music (I'm still trying, not very successfully, to play the mountain dulcimer), and learning about other cultures. When I have extra time, I enjoy participating in American Colonial re-enactments. One of my cats is my avatar, but I like dogs as well as cats :)
My wishlist for postcards is long, but don't worry if you don't know what to send, or aren't able to find the topics on my wishlist. I love tourist postcards which let me see something of the area where you live! Or, surprise me with a postcard you like, and tell me why you like it!
Holiday, festival, and cultural celebration postcards are very welcome. I'm Christian, but postcards representing any religion or culture will be happily received.
Wishlist ideas (no particular order):
Food or recipe cards. Anything to do with tea. Retro travel posters. Large-letter cards. Illustrated cards such as Picatso, Jetoy Cats, Lancy Cat, Wallace and Gromit, Moomins, Inge Look's Old Ladies, Natasha Chetkova, Kretek… Animals, birds, flowers or plants which are native to your country. Gardens, farms, farm animals, barns. Historical houses and buildings. Places of worship. Castles/Palaces. Astronomy. Lighthouses, tall ships, coastal areas. Musical instruments. Markets. People wearing cultural or historical clothing. Cameras. Hot air balloons. Royal families. The Amish. Harry Potter. Snoopy/Peanuts Map cards. Nature (aurora borealis, volcanoes, cherry blossoms, etc). Trains. Umbrellas/Parasols. Paintings by Vermeer or Holbein or similar artists. Shaped cards. Folkcrafts/handcrafts of your country. Postcrossing Meet-Up cards or anything fun, colorful or cute. If you are artistic, handmade postcards are welcome. If you've had postcards printed from your photos, I'd love one!
Spring is here with many flowers blooming, and it's about time to start making iced tea. I always enjoy reading a book while drinking a cup of tea (hot or iced) and If you also like tea and books, perhaps you could tell me about your favorite kind of tea and what book you are reading : ) Or perhaps you could tell me something about yourself or your city or country. If you could write some basic phrases in your language, that would be great! I love to see interesting messages and stamps on the postcards :)
Thank you for reading my profile!
My official postcards are traveling to:
Postcards expired over one year: 2011-4 2012-5 2013-10 2014-6 2015-3
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