genciukas

genciukas, Lithuania
  • country Lithuania
  • Member since Joined 2nd Jan., 2013
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  • icon Lithuanian, Russian, little bit English and Polish
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  • icon 1st September 1951
    (70 years old)

About Genovaite...

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Hello Postcrossers,

PS. I apologise for sending empty postcards on 19th February, as I only managed to write addressess and felt very poor. Finally I ended up in the hospital and I asked my son in law to take cards to the post office, because I did not want any delays.
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I found a lot of generous, friendly and interesting people with Big Heart and Wide Thinking through this project. I am so glad that my husband and I had couple of chance to meet a few people for a tea and beer! This project shows that there is no age or language barrier if you have an open heart! We wish you safe and peaceful life!

It is a big job to chose a post card you would really love. But it's a big pleasure too. I feel like I have hundreds friends all around the World when I receive "Thank you for your post card, I really love it!".

I have new habit in my everyday life - early morning I jump from my bed, put dressing-gown on, slide into slippers and walk to check letter-box, does not matter it's raining or snowing.

I pray for everyone who put an effort to make me happy adding most beautiful post stamps. And the best present for me are MAXI-cards and post stamps! More stamps - more smiles and joy for me. I had been collecting post stamps since I was a student. The "golden age" was when I worked as secretary, because all company's mail passed through my hands and nobody else was interested in stamps. I had rarely used pre-paid envelopes even for company's mail as I thought that somebody at the other side is waiting for a lovely poststamp from Lithuania. Being retired made me feel very bad, because I did not receive stamps any more, but now I feel recovered, especially if kind and generous person sends beautiful post stamp in or on the envelope!

Thank you for making me smile every time I receive your post card and making me double smile because of interesting post stamps.

I would like to receive postcards with cute animals and colorful flowers.

Thank you for being so friendly, considerate and generous. I look forward to "meeting" you through your post card.

Unfortunately, my handwriting got worse ater having stroke. Sometimes I barrely write your address on the card, but I still want to feel active and alive.
Treasure every moment, Enjoy and have fun with postcrossing!

Sincerely,
Genovaite

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