Married with 3 children. Two are at university and the other graduated as a ER nurse. Yes she is in the front line here in Canada. Hobbies are post card, stamp + coin collecting since I was a boy, hunting, curling, hiking and running. I just completed my 3rd half marathon , time 2:27. I have kept all my post cards that I mailed to my family when I did my travels plus I kept all my friends post cards sent to me.
I work in a plywood mill as a supervisor (42 years). We as a family have RVd (pulling a travel trailer) from Alaska/Arctic Ocean to Newfoundland, Texas to Maine/ and the western USA. My wife is from Lithuania so I have been there a number of times. She was my pen pal for 4 years. I had wanted a pen pal from the Baltic at that time it was the USSR for stamps on letters and learn what's it like to live/grow up in the USSR. Well to make a long story short I fell in love and married her. Its now 26 years this past August and we are going for the next 25!! The photo is correct as my son is 6'8 and my daughters are 5'6. The height is from the Lithuanian side, the girls on my side of the family tree. My son plays basketball the #1 sport in Lithuania which he plays at university level here in Canada.Our Canadian sport is hockey. Last years holidays was a stay in BC vacation and it looks like it is again in 2021. I just booked a bucket list trip here, 7-9 day wilderness canoe trip via 4 lakes with my brother and 2 buddies. Its cheaper then Europe!!!!
Prefer to have postcards from your city/country scene or special item that depicts your area with a pretty stamp or stamps. If possible not mandatory! I am a history buff and I love Xmas post cards during the Christmas season.
If you are American or Canadian, even if you are from European/SE Asia I love national parks, state parks, provincial and regional park cards. If not no worries. I have only disliked 6 post cards so far! One of which was damaged in the mail.
If you read to this line, congratulations are in order as I didn't bore you!