Gosh! Over three hundred postcards sent and I'm still excited about every card as if it was my first one :)
Hi. I work as a school teacher, and apart from conducting classes I also supervise a group of students - a bunch of eleven-year-olds, so my work life can be kind of messy and all over the place, but it's also a lot of fun at certain moments.
Books, coffee and chocolate help me survive in this world. When there's no time for long-term travels I tend to escape from all the hustle and bustle to a coffee place in the old town and spend a couple of hours there just reading or writing postcards for you, my fellow postcrossers :)
So if you're a receiver, your postcard probably was written in a cafe :)
About that. I'm moving to another place in a year and decided not to take postcrossing with me, so now I'm sending cards from all my postcard stashes. I mean, at some point there might be not enough of them to meet your wish-lists, I'm sorry, but you'll have to deal with it, because those cards will be the last ones at my disposal.
Ok, these are five main points of preferences:
* any kind of sweets and desserts
* Books and everything connected with printed word
* Lighthouses, owls, pianos and Ferris wheels are also welcome
* After Doctor Who and Torchwood happened to me I'd be happy to receive time&space related postcards.
These above are not demands, I'd be glad to receive any postcard you'd like to send.
P.S. - as my Polish is half-forgotten and French appeared in my life only a couple of months ago, I'd be grateful if speakers of these languages could help me to practise them. You can write the whole postcard in Polish/French or just a few words (some idioms, proverbs or interesting quotes, for example) - it's up to you. Thanks :)
P.P.S. - I think I'm going to take up Norwegian, but it needs a kick to start. Sooooo. If you speak any Norwegian - you know what to do. Skriver Bokmål. Takk :)