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jean-mimi, France

jean-mimi

(or Jean-Michel) is a member in France . He has been a member for over 11 years (4,250 days).
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About Jean-Michel...


Bonjour !
I'm a man, 59 years old, living in Villeurbanne near Lyon, in the south east of France.

I have worked as quality project manager in a sorting center of the French post office, but I stopped working in april 2011 and am officially retired since september 2013... Quite nice, no ? :-)
I like mountains, walks, rugby, mountain bike, music (pop-rock) and Middle-Age period.
My daughter gave me a little grand-daughter in 2016, Thélia, on February 3... 😍

Any kind of card will be welcome (please, no free cards or hand mades, I'm not very fan of POSTALLOVE and all cards from impersonal sellers)… but...

If you have cards about the Posts (buildings, mail boxes, postmen...) of your country, I'll be glad to get one :-)

Or a black & white one…

Or one of Bunny Suicides...

Or one of Jeffrey Brown (Star Wars)...

From Switzerland (or other countries !), I'm a big fan of postcards from PLONK & REPLONK πŸ˜‰

In Germany, I like the cards of Ralph Ruthe, Uli Stein, Joscha Sauer (nichtlustig.de), or from http://www.cartoonkaufhaus.de or www.nichtlustig.de πŸ˜‰

Anyway, it's nice to see what you can send to show your country ! And with a nice stamp (I like and collect them but don't cut my cards), it's better....

If your account is the one of a child (or an animal), even if your parents help you, I will be happy that you were writing, drawing or leaving your own mark on the card you are going to send me... Many thanks for this, I find that this will be a true value for your shipment πŸ˜‰

You can see the cards you sent here :
http://flickr.com/photos/jeanmimi/

My FB :
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000371612675

You want to see what happens to a letter entrusted to the French Post Office?
http://legroupe.laposte.fr/Decouverte/Le-voyage-d-une-lettre-verte

Always some cards from meetings travelling... πŸ˜ƒ πŸ˜ƒ
If you don't know what is a POSTCROSSING meeting : https://www.postcrossing.com/blog/tag/meetup

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Si vous souhaitez discuter/échanger en français sur POSTCROSSING, nous avons créé un groupe "Postcrossing francophone" sur Facebook :
https://www.facebook.com/groups/423948777640838/
Vous êtes les bienvenus πŸ˜ƒ
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Have a great day !

SOME RULES :
Other than when I am traveling, I register a postcard the day I receive it and I mail a postcard the day I request the address...

Sorry but I do not register an ID without a received card.

I always send my cards written and stamped, I can't send cards in an envelope or blank cards (see the goals of POSTCROSSING) πŸ‘Ώ

No profile : I pick a random card for you into my postcard box.
http://www.postcrossing.com/about/guidelines
And when you receive your card... say at least "THANK YOU !" That's being polite... 😜

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πŸ˜• EXPIRED PC : too many..