** If you receive a postcard from any USA Postcrosser that has a long white sticker with a barcode on it, you can easily take it off without damaging the card**
I'm a gal who lives with my husband in a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona, where the climate is desert (dry and hot). We enjoy golfing and traveling.
I love writing/receiving letters and postcards and I have a great collection of new postcards that I'm waiting to mail...I am enjoying this hobby very much! I really like to match the person's interests that they list in their profile when I select a postcard to send.
My W I S H L I S T
I would love to receive postcards featuring:
*Retro or Vintage
*Something with the color purple or the color lavender
*Mexican artist Frida Kahlo
I prefer to NOT receive any more typical tourist cards unless they are vintage or purple in color. Thank you!
NEW ZEALANDERS: I'd love a tattooed Maori card.
I have all my SNOW themed postcards in a box and I love to look at them during the long, hot Arizona summers!
My hobbies/interests: Antiques, yoga, golf, royalty, cupcakes, sunrises, movies, ephemera, mid-century modern, vintage, fishing, family activities, travel, museums, napping, cooking, the U.K., mail art, pro-choice, flea markets, Hispanic & Japanese culture, vintage, pin-up girls, thrift shops, tag sales, reading, fleur-de-lis, indie and foreign films, lavender, Frida Kahlo, Dia de los Muertos, Texas Hold 'Em poker, crafting, Italy, Renaissance art, turquoise (the color and the jewelry), wrapping presents, morning tea or coffee with a splash of milk, sushi, collections, royalty, letter writing, British Television (Killing Eve, Peaky Blinders, Call the Midwife, Keeping Up Appearances), theme parties, crafting, glitter, vodka martinis, Guinness...
I borrowed this from a fellow Postcrosser...
Expired cards: They are happy when they are free in the wind to travel, those runaways, which I'm waiting to arrive.