TheAdventuresOfJED

TheAdventuresOfJED, United States of America
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About Yulia_(Julia)_DJ_&_Everett...

Hello from Vermont!
We are a small blended family of adventurists, hikers, kayakers, exc. My son (8) and I met my now husband (his step dad) a couple of years ago and now live in Vermont! We are always doing something or going somewhere (even if it’s exploring the backyard) A little about us.

I’m Yulia; I run our postcrossing page and have had penpals as long as I can remember. I’m 31 and work in the emergency department / ICU. I love traveling, anything outdoors, reading, trying new things, oddities, listen to mostly metal but a little bit of everything or NPR.

DJ is my fiancé and is a nuclear pharmacist who loves DND, WOW, exc we truly both are nerdy. We have a LOTR (Lord of the Rings) marathon four times a year haha. He loves snowboarding, trying new foods, exploring, anything nerdy.

My son WEM is 8; loves to be outside, swim, botany, sharks, is so inquisitive and funny as well as nonverbal ASD. He’s my travel buddy.

We love any kind of cards and love and treasure them all! All the postcards we mail have unique stamps on them; I’ve always had a large vintage postage stamp collection and it brings me joy using them. I also collect coins and banknotes. If you write your return address I can send postage stamps and coins from the USA or some from my collection :)

If you find it hard to find something to say we would love if you draw a picture instead or perhaps one of your favorite quotes or something for my son to read when he’s an adult. :)

Be safe, be well and be kind to one another. ❤️

We are happy to receive any postcard as I’m teaching my son the beauty of penpals and letter writing as well as stamp collecting.
Homemade cards and ones in an envelope are also fine :)

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