I have become a post-crossing addict (lol). I don't have to hunt now for postcards and asking people to buy them for me to send as I find it a challenge to send something that someone wants.
My name is Debbie, I am 51 widowed and I have 3 boys. 26, 24 and now 21 and only one left at university and is currently on exchange in Cologne Germany
I am currently working as a nurse in a Geriatric Evaluation Management (GEM) sub-acute hospital. It helps elderly people come into a hospital to get the medical attention they need and evaluate what they might need for the future. It is a good way to keep them in there homes longer. I am a practicing Christian and I love it.
There is a very clear difference in what I like to do and what I get time to do.
I would like to do more:-
craft, walking, I love reading, I would love to travel and be outdoors more. I also love most things to do with health and wellness. And can't wait to be able to send more postcards
And what do I get time to do:-
Post crossings, sometimes coffee with friends would like to do more of that though.
The Cards I like to receive are
Something unique to your country.
or otherwise whatever you want to send. I also love hearing about whatever you want to write to me. I have learned so much about other countries through what people have written and I have made some lovely friends as well.
I don't like multi-view cards.
I like my postcards to be sent with the stamps on the postcards with the date written and the address handwritten on the cards because unfortunately, the addresses come off in the post.
I think that is enough about me now. Thank you to whoever created post-crossings as I have struggled in the past to get people to send me postcards don't know why I love them but I do and now I can become more passionate about what I do.
I enjoy Postcrossing & have learned many things from the postcards I've received (and the info I write to you!) Thank you for taking the time to pick a special card (and stamps) for me. I appreciate your thoughtfulness very much. Take care in 2019. The best is yet to come.