Hello, bonjour, goeiedag, hola, hallo, privet, ciao
My name is Kristin, 50 years old.
I live in Bocholt, a village in Northern Belgium.
I'm married and we have two teenage sons: 20 and 17 years old.
I like to travel with my family.
I'm a teacher in a primary school, my pupils are 11 years old.
In february, after the start of the war, I sent every Ukrain postcrosser (where I’ve received or sent a card to in the past) a message.
It was a message of hope, sympathy, support.
My pupils made drawings for them with a little message
You can find the message from my class on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Aj9PheGYhNk
Any card you choose is welcome but if you need some suggestions,
try any of the following (in no particular order...)
Please, only singleview and NO enveloppe...)
My wall of favorite cards gives you a pretty good idea...
❤️ Cityviews, real photos, no painting....
Please no cityviews with an earialview
❤️ Famous buildings
❤️ Nightview (from a city)
❤️ Royal families (past and present)
❤️ maxi cards from Royal family
❤️ I'm a fan of princess Diana, William & Kate 🇬🇧
❤️ I’m a fan of empress Elisabeth (Sisi) of Austria 🇦🇹
❤️ Beautiful landscape from your country
Beautiful stamps are always welcome....
In our kitchen, we have a wall especially for the cards from Postcrossing. On the wall, we put every card with (a beautiful) view.
It brings the world into our kitchen...
I'm looking forward to your card
Some funny facts about me & postcrossing:
- the beautiful lady on card BE-710 077 is the most favorite card
(from Belgium to Poland)
- the first thing I do when I come home: to check my mailbox
(even when I really have to go to the bathroom 😉)
- when I go for a holiday, I always search for beautiful cards
- every year around Christmas, I thank the postman with Belgian
- last but not least: I’m addicted to postcrossing 😇