Theavv, Netherlands
  • country Netherlands
  • Member since Joined 11th Sep., 2012
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  • icon Dutch; German; English
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  • icon 3rd February 1955
    (66 years old)
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About Thea...

Hallo, Postcrosser!

A day without a postcard is a day without an extra smile....

I enjoy postcrossing very much!
I live in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
I work for my own company ‘Pithos Kunst en Cultuur’. (Pithos Art and Culture). It’s a travel agency en I enjoy making the arrangements for it.
In my spare time I like to visit musea, go to the movies and enjoy sports and gardening.

My preferences are:
* A card with a red cat on it. Only this color, just because I have a lovely red cat named Simba! He sure is the king of our neighbourhood :)
* A card with a bicycle on it. I am in my free time a tour-biker. And, of course, I' am from the Netherlands: the bikers-country :)
* A museum, I mean a card of the building. No art card (the real painting is better to see!).
* A card with a a swimming pool, spa or a kurhaus. Or a sea-shore.
* A card with your president or King/Queen on it. Or the castle/home were he/she lives or works.
* A card with an iconic sports figure. Or a card from a great sports event: the Olympics; any Worldschampionship, the Tour de France, Vuelta;
* A card that makes me laugh. A strip figure or something funny.
* A card with the color yellow.
* In January: a birthday card. Mij birthday is the 3the of February
* I have recieved many city views. Please don't sent them to me anymore.
* Last but not least: I'ts wonderfull to be suprised in my postbox.

* About free advertising cards? I don't particular like them. But postcrossing can be an expensive hobby. If you want to send one, please send me a free card with the announcement of an museum exhibition, a new released movie or a stage performance. Something about Art or Culture.

I love to receive cards with beautiful and different poststamps. Put them on the card and not on an enveloppe. I like the postcard dated and handwritten. Write something too! I don’t mind if it written in your own language. It makes your card a very personal one.
Liebe Deutsch sprechenden Freunden, bitte schreiben Sie in Ihre eigene Sprache!

Thanks a lot. I will look forward to your card.
Postcrossing ánd your postcard make me happy!

Thea; Nijmegen NL

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