annegret

annegret, Germany
  • Country Germany
  • Member since Joined 11th Sep., 2012
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  • icon German, English, French, Spanish, a little bit Russian and Dutch, trying to learn Turkish
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About annegret...

Natalia from Ulyanovsk in Russia, I received your postcard with the reading girl and the bookmark, thanks a lot. Unfortunately I could not register the card, as there was no ID on it. Postcrossing was not able to help me. Please tell me the correct ID! Thanks!

Hallo,
my name is Anne. I live in a small town in the "Ruhrgebiet" in Germany. I am 63 years old, married and have 2 grown-up children.
I love reading (if you have a favourite book, please tell me), learning foreign languages, working in the garden, needlework, handcraft, jigsaws and lots of other things.
Please tell me something about your daily life, your country, city or town, preferred books, a funny tongue twister, not only "Happy Postcrossing". Thanks!!!

I would be glad to receive postcards showing

- your country or city/town
- interesting faces
- old industrial plants
- Covers of books and children's books
- Chicken, pigs, cows
- Edward Hopper
- map cards
- old advertising posters
- Tintin (Tim und Struppi)
- Cut-out cards
- old Propaganda Posters of the former Soviet Union
- Harry Potter
- postcards made from colourful food packaging of your
country (I really love those)

Please do NOT send me Touchnote cards or similar. I do not want a 3rd party having my address.

- Postcrossers from Finland: I really love Lempikirja-postcards, thanks!
- Postcrossers from Australia: I f you can get a postcard from Graham Rawle's Lost consonants - I would appreciate it very much!
- If you are from Czechia, I love Josef Lada - and Pan Tau!
- Russian Postcrossers: I really love Panna-embroidery pattern cards!

French or Spanish speaking Postcrossers, please write in your native language. Merci - Grácias
Dutch speaking postcrossers - please also write in your language, so I can practise - bedankt.

I appreciate colourful and beautiful stamps and I love to receive postcards in envelopes, that's even more exciting, because you don't know yet, which postcard awaits you. I would be thrilled if you put in a coin of a very small value, used bus tickets or newspaper articles, or perhaps some seeds. Thank you so much!
I'm looking forward very much to your postcards!

Thank you very much for taking your time to read my profile!!!

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That way cards traveling to you will automatically be registered.

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