balticsloboda, Russia
  • country Russia
  • Member since Joined 1st Oct., 2015
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About Nastya...

Hi! I'm Nastya, 29, from St Petersburg, Russia. I've got a Master's in Lingustics and I work as a software testing engineer. Things I enjoy include music, anime, podcasts, books, TV-shows, baseball, cross-stitching, and languages.

My avatar is my cat Tishka. He's an amazingly beautiful cat...

Here's a list of things I'd be especially happy to see on a card (in no particular order):
- cats!
- tigers, cheetahs, Shiba dogs
- birds (not exotic though, just usual northern birds :D)
- anything Gintama related
- Kumamon, Gudetama, Nijntje (Miffy), Krtek, Moomin
- cute or funny illustrations
- calligraphy, lettering, quotes
- Greetings from /your country/
- illustrations of folk tales and myths of your country/area
- landscapes, architecture, pieces of art - if they are connected to your area (single view, if possible)
- Northern views, sea views, mountain views, lighthouses
- roads, public transport, train and metro stations
- anything space related
- a picture of a baseball stadium

Liebe Deutsche Postcrosser, wenn Sie die Möglichkeit haben, eine Karte zu verschicken, die mit der Deutschen Telekom verbunden ist, wäre das so cool, denn ich arbeite dabei :D

Still, every card you choose to send is welcome :)

I'd be glad if you mentioned your favourite book or the book you're reading at the moment, or your favourite anime/manga if you're into that. Or if you have pets, please write about them!

I would appreciate it if you put the date on your card and sent it without an envelope. Thank you!

Please no ad, folded or handmade cards, Christmas, and fantasy cards, and cards with photoportraits or religious figures.

Thank you for reading this and hoping to hear from you soon!

NB! I write my own address for safer travel of the card. You don't have to send me a thank-you card.

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