Vainesyl

Vainesyl, France
  • Country France
  • Member since Joined 6th Mar., 2014
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About Vainesyl...

Dear postcrossers from all over the world

My name is Sylvaine. It has a latin origin (silva) and it means "from the forest". I think it really suits me as I love Nature !

About me:
I was a kindergarten teacher for 27 years but I resigned 7 years ago and I am now working with my husband in our training company. We train people on communication skills and stress management.
If you're interested www.comcolors.com

I am an outdoor person. I love to swim, run, ride my bike and take hikes.

I like nature and gardening. I live in the countryside, 50 kms south of Paris. Around my house are fields and woods.

My husband Franck is my highschool sweetheart. We've been together for more than 35 years now.
We have 2 adult children
Marion (30) has come back home and works with us in our company and Timothée (28) who lives and works in Lyon.
I have started learning to play Bass guitar in august 2018 and have done my first concert with Franck in May 2019. Apart from my serious face while playing because you need to stay focused and count silently in your head all the time, it was very nice and many friends came to see us at our local café.

I like to read and would be happy to know what you are reading at the moment, so that I would have new reading ideas and new authors to discover.
I love classical music, jazz and World music. What do you like ?

Tell me also about what makes you happy in life, what motivates you every day.
My main motivation is to spend time with friends and family, chat and have fun.

I am not picky about postcards. I receive a lot of them with Nature themes which is great, but any postcard will suit me. I am happy when you feel comfortable enough to share things about you and your life and I'm frustrated because there is not enough space on a postcard to write on but I enjoy receiving them and I'm always happy when I'm back from work and a postcard is waiting for me in the letterbox. Something that makes me sad too is when people I write to only write "Thanks" when they register my card. If the language is a barrier, I'd love to have a few words in your language and somehow I will manage to translate it thanks to the magic of the internet !

Sylvaine

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