Hello! I am a mother of five children (ages 10, 13, 14 16 and 18) and love to hear about what kids do in other countries. I was a Girl Scout leader and am interested in this program in your country, if you have any knowledge. I like reading (share your favorite book if you don't know what to write) and making crafts with recycled items. My son has also started Boy Scouts, so if you have any information, I would be happy.
Please tell me what you do in your daily life and how you spend time with your family.I love to talk with my family about what is special in your area or city. We are trying to learn about the world through postcards from real people. We would like to learn specifically about your region or family history/origins or what makes your life unique.
I thank you in advance for your postcard. I like all kinds, especially those my children will like (local heroes, funny characters/dance/soccer/tennis/native animals) or views of your city/country/area (especially castles) so we can see where you are writing from or interesting places that tells about the people and area.
Please write a phrase on your postcard that we can learn, both in your native tongue and the English translation. Something funny or that you use every day.
Please send me any cards from the Olympics or any Olympic scenes or athletes from your country. Thank you!!!
If possible, could you please send me your advice for my daughters as my oldest is off to university. I would like to put all of this wisdom in a booklet for her. Thank you!!!
Great Britain Postcrossers: Please send my daughter Abigail any postcard/card/photos of One Direction--she would be most surprised and excited (she is 16). Thanks!
I recently heard the idea of cutting a postcard size shape from a food package from your country and sending it to me. I love this idea, cheap and easy. Please explain what the food is/was on the back of the picture. Thanks!!!