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david2051, United States of America

david2051

is a member in United States of America . He has been a member for over 6 years (2,360 days).
1,163 sent 1,164 received


  • Distance sent: 5,638,130 miles
  • Last seen: about 4 hours ago
  • Languages: English
  • Birthday: 14th March 1965 (52 years old)
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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  • david2051 is a Postcrossing Supporter
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Lat: 37.97, Lon: -87.56 | Google Maps

About david2051...


Received RU-2844155 expired, contact me?

» My Spotlight Interview! :-)
http://www.postcrossing.com/blog/2014/03/21/postcrossing-spotlight-david2051-from-indiana-usa

I like to exchange postcards with people around the world. I love seeing the interesting places you have visited or where you live and interesting stamps. Please tell me something about yourself - how your day was, hobbies you enjoy, your pets, your weather, the card you are sending and why you chose it, or anything you like. I really appreciate the time and effort you take to write to me!

I prefer not to receive gory, erotic, nude or bikini photos. Ad cards are ok if they have interesting images. I have received some wonderful handmade cards, including two original paintings and one made of used stamps! I love gnomes! I will probably enjoy getting any card you would like to receive.

I sponsor several children and like to share postcrossing with them. Would you like to write a card to one of my kids? They would be so happy to receive a card from you. You can write a message to one of my kids on your official card to me or write a postcard to one or more kids and send it to me in an envelope with your postcard ID. I will send the postcard to them in an envelope with my next letter, so it doesn't need an address, but a used stamp or sticker would be nice. You can write your message in English. They all love soccer and art. :-)

»Steven, age 10, Ecuador. He has an identical twin, Elvis!
»Ruth, age 14, Zambia. She likes math, grammar and jumping rope.
»Mario, age 12, Guatemala. He likes art, soccer, cars.
»Reymund, age 14, Philippines. He likes science, swimming, reading.
»Allaine, age 6, Philippines. She likes math (!), singing, dolls.
»Richdien, age 10, Philippines. He likes languages, soccer, drawing.
»Martha, age 16, Zambia. She likes science, math and dancing.

It would really mean so much to them to receive a card from you! :-) My pintrest boards include photos of my kids and postcrossing postcards sent to my kids! http://www.pinterest.com/David2051pcx/

I support Smile Train bringing smiles to children born with cleft lips and palates. I also enjoy traveling, hiking, biking and 3D photography. I have visited Canada, England and Scotland, Germany, France and the Netherlands.

I use a return address so it won't get lost in the mail. It would be nice if you do too. When I use envelopes I get them from a postcrosser here http://www.moncy3.etsy.com/

Fairmail sells postcards to support underprivileged teens! http://fairmail.info

Would you like to send a card to a sick child? Check out http://www.postpals.co.uk/ (UK), Dream Post
http://marzycielskapoczta.pl/ (Poland) and http://www.sendkidstheworld.com/ (US)