Tsiona, Germany
  • country Germany
  • Member since Joined 14th Aug., 2013
  • icon Seen 12 months ago

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  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon Dutch, German, English, Fries, basic Spanish
  • icon she/her
  • icon 13th June 1983
    (40 years old)

About Tsiona...

PLEASE Read my profile to the end and check my wishlist :)
I always try to find the perfect card to send, would also like you to do that for me. Thanks!

Lately our 4 year old, called Tim, got a globe for in his room and likes to know where all the countries are. I suggested he should join me with postcrossing, so the next months I would like to receive postcards especially for Tim.
He loves cards with jeeps, motorbikes, excavators, monstertrucks etc: the typical 4 year old boys stuff. And he loves Minions!
Please write an interesting fact from your country or a few words in your language with translation. He will be very excited!

My name is Tsiona Spaeth. I am 32 years old.
I am in training to become a gynaecologist in Hamm, Germany. I am originally from Holland, but moved to Germany in 2011 for this job.
I am married to a South-African. We have got three little boys (the first one is 4, the second one 2 and the 3rd one is 3 months now)
When I am finished as a gynaecologist we are planning to go to Africa to work as a doctor over there (and my husband as a dentist)
We have been working in South-Africa already and also in Tanzania.
We love traveling. I also spent some time in South-America ( Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador) and we lived and worked on Curacao for a year.
That's why I immediately loved the idea of Postcrossing, learn even more about lots of people in lots of different and often unknown countries!

My hobbies are traveling, running, reading, gardening, and crochet and of course postcrossing!!

I am a Christian. That means I believe Jesus is my Saviour and I try to live my life the way he lived his life when he was here.

On my car I have got a sticker with this text:
Jesus is a lot more interesting than most people that go to church :)

Currently I have started with a course in Hebrew so if I get a card from Israel, please write some Hebrew words!

What I enjoy most about postcrossing is choosing the right postcard for the right person.(Please try to do the same :))


- religious cards of saints or paintings
or churches (God is in my heart, not in a buildung or painting!)
- ad cards
- the first card on top of your stack ( unless it suits to one of the above of course :),
So PLEASE don't send me such cards!!

I like it when you try to search for a special card, that is also what I do when I send one.

You can write about the life in your country,about yourself, how your day was, a local recipe is always nice, tell me your life motto or anything else that's on your mind!
Please don't just write Greetings or ' Happy Postcrossing'.

Thanks for your effort!

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