a little bit about me: I am thirty-somewhat years old and live with my husband and our old cat in a small town in Northern Germany - between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. My interests are reading, traveling, hiking, papercrafting, yoga, gardening and visiting museums, botanical gardens and zoos. I have a lot of stamps, but I am not a serious collector. I just like nice motives.
I talk about postcards every lunchbreak with my coworker, who is also a postcrosser. Normally every lunchbreak, now just when we are not working in homeoffice, what we do often because of the pandemia. But when we see each other, we sit together and look at the cards the other one received.
What I really would love to receive (without a particular order):
- winter / snow postcards (all around the year)
- national parks, botanical gardens
- mailart (like mailboxes, stamps, pencils, postcrossing etc.)
- zoo postcards
- libraries / books
- sheeps, hens, owls, cats
- old castles and ruins
- museums (but please no paintings)
- coffee, tea, cookies, food
- nature (beach, ocean, trees)
- Snoopy and Woodstock
- Nouvelle Images, russian multiples cards
- cards from Lantern Press (USA)
- Gotochi (mailbox) (I will send a thank-you-card in return)
But I am happy about every postcard I receive. You don't know what card to send? Just send me a tourist card from your country.
Please, no advertisment cards (only if they match the list before), paintings or folded cards. And no tickets or something. Safe these for people who really want them.
It would be nice if you write the date on the card.
Don’t know what to write? For 2022 I would like to continue with a theme for my cards: favorite place. What is your favorite place and why?
Some years ago I started with favorites for one year: books, food, plants and animals. In the animal year I got so many great cards with matching favorite animals and postcard motives. Then I realised that I meant "writing theme" but wrote "theme for cards". That was really fun, so many different cards.
Have a great day, Anna
Ps. I am interested in swaping postcards, especially with the USA and Japan.