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kimmie517, United States of America

kimmie517

(or Kim) is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 3 years (1,128 days).
743 sent 745 received


  • Distance sent: 3,387,925 miles
  • Last seen: about 22 hours ago
  • Languages: English, basic Spanish
  • Birthday: 17th May
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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  • Kim is a Postcrossing Supporter
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Lat: 41.18, Lon: -96.03 | Google Maps

About Kim...


Hello!
My name is Kim and I live in Nebraska, United States but I am originally from New Jersey. Nebraska turned out to be a great place to live and raise my 2 children (now over 23!). I love all things nature related: birding (bird watching), camping, walking, bicycling, gardening and animals. I also love art, especially watercolors, zentangle and drawing. Currently my home includes my husband and two rat terriers. The kids come and go as they need to. I have been a pediatric nurse for over 30 years and still love it.
I would really enjoy any cards sent to me, but if you like ideas here are some:
Greeting from.. postallove cards
Inge Löök old ladies
birds
anything in nature (marjolein bastin is a fav)
animals/horses
art, drawing or watercolor
fantasy art, fairies, dragons!! etc
tasteful nudes or pinups of men or woman
landscapes
storms
your area, city or map
or any card that is meaningful to you.
Puung postcards
Holiday cards-any season. I know other countries have holidays different than mine.

Ideas to write:
favorite food
what are you reading?
if you could have a superpower what would it be?
something about your town
Have a beautiful day and may all your dreams come true!
Kim

PS. Please try not to send home-made cards. The US postal service is not kind to them.