We are a family who love traveling and seeing new places. Preferably in person, but by postcards as well. We homeschool the younger two of our children which allows them to follow their talents and strengths without sacrificing their academics. Our eldest, 20, loves animals, particularly cats. The middle child, 17, is a harpist preparing for conservatory studies, and our youngest, 15, is studying the classical guitar when he's not getting into any mischief.
Due to the nature of my husband's job we move every 2 - 3 years. We are started our postcrossing adventure while living in lovely Hawaii, but last year we moved to Japan, and goodness knows where we will end up next. All is exciting with possibilities to look forward to.
I still have a number of Hawaiian postcards I'm willing to send out if you are interested, but I can also send out Japanese post cards. One thing I have learned about Japan, they don't have postcards all over the place like the USA! So if you are looking for a specific Japanese post card it may be a challenge to find.
All of us enjoy sending and receiving postcards to and from the many countries in our gorgeous world. We will be logging on a wall map every location where your postcards come from.
If we were to have favorite kinds of postcards they would be:
Owls (life/art - Especially Owls of Belarus - see what I already received)
flora or fauna from your region/country
local/national iconic landmarks/buildings
Pictures of Classical Music Composers
Pictures of Artists or their work (Van Gogh etc.) from your country
Advent/Christmas/Lent/Easter - Religious