I am an avid reader, a runner, a passionate tango dancer.
I love writing and recieving letters and postcards, I still buy paper books and I enjoy a good cup of tea.
I appreciate all kinds of postcards; please, let them live and don't put them in an envelope!
I am especially fond of postcards with books, libraries, recipes, people, food, knitting, traditions, maps, tea, paintings, anime and anything out of the ordinary ... If you celebrate a special holiday in your country, I'd love to see it through a postcard!
*Recently I recieved a fabulous postcard with an old Penguin book cover. I'd love to collect more of them - if you have one, I'd be grateful.
**I kindly ask postcrossers from the UK to use Doctor Who stamps, if possible. I am a huge fan! :)
Tell me about you, your family, your secret wishes, experiences, interesting adventures, about legends and secrets surrounding the place that's on the postcard; you can include a phrase in your language or a book recommendation - anything that comes to your mind, really.
Please, write a date on the postcard. After all, they're historical documents. ;)
- SI-29236: jessthebraz, Canada