printers, to the bone marrow, I love to receive letters, like to live
I like to send postcards. I try to find something unusual, joyful and familiar to everyone, seen in a different light. I also choose brands. We have them produced a great many.
My preferences: people of 50-70 years of the last century, regardless of fame, it can be just a photo taken on the street, it can be prominent politicians or scientists or poets or artists, it does not matter. The time is important when this photo was taken. It seems to me that this period is the golden time of mankind. The second - the lighthouses - those highest towers standing near the sea, with huge searchlights above. Since childhood, I was drawn to them. Maybe because I was born and live by the sea? I do not know. And the third - spiral staircases. Just because they fascinate. I can't take my eyes off
But this is not the most important. I will be very grateful if the card will be written in your native language. There are a lot of different translators now and it’s not difficult to understand the essence of the story. But I am convinced that only a letter written in the native language can convey your mood and spirit. Write about yourself, about what you think, your thoughts will be interesting to me. Write about what you want. Maybe sometime you will receive an email from me. God works in mysterious ways.
I have one more small request to my senders. Could you, when sending letters and cards, stick on New Year's or Christmas stamps. In any season. There are two directions in my collection of stamps: New Year and Christmas and stamps issued under the EUROPA program. I will be very grateful.
As much as I would not like to receive a postcard, namely a postcard, not a postcard in an envelope, I have to send and it is desirable to receive messages in an envelope, as they are delivered by mail completely. My postcards and postcards sent to me fall into my hands much less often.
Images of lighthouses, photos or illustrations drive me crazy. If there is a desire or opportunity, send postcards and letters to the address: 198328, RUSSIA, SAINT-PETERSBURG, Rimsky-Korsakov Ave., 65/11, apt. 33 And do not forget to stick the return address on the convrnt. I will try to surprise you.