Since the coronavirus emergency started back in March in Italy, my mail has been travelling VERY slowly, both to and from. If you sent me a postcard a while ago, I’m very sorry if it’s late - rest assured that I’ll register each and every postcard as soon as I get it.
Please stay safe and take good care of yourselves and the ones you love ❤️
Hey :) before telling you about me, I'd like to tell you that I support the "send to repeated countries" option - all Postcrossers are different and it's fun to send cards to different people, no matter where they live :) Learn more here:
Hello from the island of Sardinia, Italy! Thank you for sending me a postcard, how cool! :) My name is Elisabetta, I'm 50 years old and I live in Cagliari, a city on the southern coast of this beautiful island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea.
I work as a customer service agent and I greatly enjoy my job. I'm a vegetarian. I love cats (I have 4: Mimmy, Kitty, Camilla and Fusillo - he's the one with me in my profile photo), elephants (but unfortunately I have none!), the summer, the sea, reading, writing, cooking, knitting, and, of course, postcards. If you're in a country of the eurozone, you might also be interested to know that you'll often find me tracking banknotes on EuroBillTracker (you can learn more about it in the "Other links" section of Postcrossing).
I'll be glad to receive any type of card, but if you just don't know what to send me and need some ideas, I especially like cards with views from anywhere - any view will be great, as long as it shows me a corner of the world. Maybe I'll never visit that place in my life, but thanks to your postcard, I'll be able to "be" there. I also love postcards about space and space exploration - if you must dream about a place you'll never visit, well, dream big! You can also check my favourite wall here on Postcrossing for further inspiration, I use it as a sort of wishlist.
But please, do feel free to send any type of card you like, I'll always appreciate it and I'll always do a happy dance when my mailbox is full.
You'll never see any of the cards I received marked as favourite, just because I love them ALL, and each one of them gave me a moment of happiness when I received it. Don't you think the secret of life is collecting as many little moments of happiness as you can? Because I do :)
I would love the card you send to me to be written and stamped - I love to see that my postcards embarked on a journey and safely reached me (that's what a postcard is for!), and I think that unwritten cards in envelopes are sad and lonely. I love to look at my cards after a long time and re-read the message someone wrote for me :) So please write, or draw, or decorate the card any way you wish!
Thanks a lot for reading all this, and have fun with Postcrossing!