Hello, can you please put the date on your postcard, and don’t worry too much about what card you send. I know I have been in Postcrossing for over 7 years but every postcard is still treasured. my 6 year old granddaughter LOVES Pokémon, if you have any extra little cards, please send them along in an envelope. I just recently moved so here is my new address.
P.O. Box 696
Watervliet, MI 49098-0696
I worked for the postal service so my profile name, is literally "Die Christel von der post", that is German for “from the post office”, not my real last name, but my real first name. I always bought stamps so now I use those older US stamps in postcrossing. I do not collect stamps so please save them for others.
I was born in Lüneburg, Germany, and immigrated to the US as a small child with my family. I find it difficult to read and write in German so if possible do not write in German. I do speak German and can hold my own in a conversation.
I have a great sense of humor, so funny cards are perfect for me. and please do not send tea bags. If possible please upload your postcard, and if it doesn't cost more, feel free to use an envelope because the card sometimes arrives damaged.
I will like any postcard that you send because there is a large variety out there and getting a postcard from YOU is wonderful.
MY FAVORITES WALL HAS CARDS THAT I DON'T HAVE, if you can also put the number of that card, I can delete it from the wall. no worries.
———cards I like———
did you know or fun facts
Edition-Tausendschoen glimmer postcards from Germany
Inkognito here is what I have
Inge Look cards need 59, 71 or higher numbers here is what I have https://www.facebook.com/pcchristelvonderpost/media_set?set=a.10201884544863381&type=3
Lantern Press here is what I have
Mecki—leave blank and mail in envelope please. here is what I have
Old West Collectors series, they are 5x7 in size and are hard to find
Route 66–leave blank and mail in envelope please
“yellows” Ortsschilder here is what I have https://www.facebook.com/pcchristelvonderpost/media_set?set=a.10214124462253666&type=3
to my fellow Postcrossers in the US, did you know you can sign up for Informed Delivery. the postal service will send you a daily email of images from your letter sized incoming mail. really cool.
you can also request the U.S. Postal Service to please issue a Postcrossing stamp by contacting
Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee
475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Room 3300
Washington, DC 20260-3501
add this to your profile. maybe one year it will happen 🤞🤞
Hello and nice to meet you.