gracieb, United States of America
  • country U.S.A.
  • Member since Joined 24th Apr., 2010
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icon icon icon Postcrossing Supporter 66th on sent postcards from 97th on longest distance from
  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon English
  • icon she/her
  • icon 15th September 1956
    (65 years old)

About Grace...

Hello, my name is Grace and I'm 65 years old. This is such a wonderful way to show friendship to each other and, at the same time, learn so many new things about other people and countries.... and I'm so curious. I live in a small town in Conn. in the United States with my husband Larry and five cats, Abby, Yogie, Boo Boo Kitty, Izzy and our new little one, Charlie. I am recently retired and loving it. Things I enjoy most are, going to tag sales and flea markets. One person's junk is another person's treasure. I love books. I try to read for at least an hour every night. Books are kind of my passion. I have stacks of books just waiting for me to read them. I like summer best because I can go to the beach and go kayaking with my daughter. Fall is also wonderful. The air is always fresh and crisp and a wonderful time for hiking. I have also just discovered diamond dot painting and love doing it. I'm really enjoying my hobby of postcrossings, and I look forward every day to receiving a new card in the mail. I don't want to ask that you send any particular type of card, because, to me, the surprise of not knowing what type of card might come my way is one of the most fascinating things about the Postcrossing project, and I don't want to dampen the surprise by making suggestions. Any card is great. I treasure each and every one of the cards I receive. I am very happy with add cards and homemade cards. I will love anything you choose to send me. Just send me what you would like me to see. Every card I get is a wonderful gift from someone who took the time to send it to me. Happy postcarding everyone. I look forward to hearing from you. And remember, an empty mailbox is a sad mailbox. I wish you a very happy mailbox every day. Stay well and God Bless.

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