Malawi suspended all their international mail operations due to Covid-19. I have several cards (28) laying in a mailbag somewhere not being attended too.
I moved back home to South Africa at the end of August 2020.
I'm an accountant and a farmer, and enjoy working with animals. I love to knit, do needlework and craft in my spare time. I'd love to receive cards telling me a bit about your culture or hobbies.
I'm passionate about goats - if you could find cards with goats (I know they are scarce) or tell me about your local breeds, I would love that.
Any cards of sheep or chicken are also welcome.
Other cards I like
witty sayings - in any language, I love to find translations
I recently saw the Postcrossing blog about Papersisters and love their "life of a postcrosser" and "Stamp flag" cards. I hope to receive a few of these.
I don't like postcards with fish (why do random people suddenly sent me cards with fish and fishing related is beyond me...), or famous people, or any people for that matter.
If you don't know what to write, anything will do, what you did today, your favorite food, books you like to read, places you've visited, goats you've seen...
Sent card records
Slowest card went to Solenite in France and took a whopping 361 days!
The fastest went to verwendelientje in Netherlands and got there in a mere 6.
NL-2791080 from wilgra58 in Netherlands took the scenic route and got here in 178 days.
DE-4145996 from Derren in Germany took no time and arrived in 6.
On 15 February 2016 I received card no 100 from Bock in Austria, whoop whoop, I am so happy with this milestone!!!
DE-5729246 arrived on 23 November 2016 from Ugopuzzo in Germany, landing in the 200th spot.
NL-3839174 arrived on 28 July 2017, from Emma1984, to take the 300th place.
However long they take, I cherish them all and enjoy reading about whatever you write, but please write something.......