I work as a Business Controller. My hobbies are baking, badminton and aerobics. I have visited more than 20 countries from Iceland in the north to Australia and New Zealand in the south. Asia is still totally unknown to me (flight stopovers in Singapore or Thailand do not count).
Please date your postcard!
I always register a postcard as soon as it is received. So, if you think that the card sent by you should have already reached me but has not been registered, it means that I have not got it. Do not hesitate to contact me to make sure! I know from my own experience that cards can get lost into thin air...
Mit Deutsch habe ich keine Schwierigkeiten.
Med svenskan har jag inga svårigheter alls.
Tu peux m'écrire aussi en français.
Sarei molto contenta si tu mi scriveresti in italiano.
Roxanne, Germany; card sent on 15 September 2010
rasputinsloved1, the USA; card sent 19 May 2010
Nemue, Canada; card sent 11 August 2009
catweazle, Great Britain; card sent 1 July 2009
kennedy, Brazil; card sent 3 June 2009
leoniefourie, South Africa; card sent 12 March 2009
Mellie-Jo, Germany; card sent 18 February 2009
double-trouble, Estonia; card sent 12 February 2009
kbraozgun, Turkey; card sent 24 November 2008
LUISASOUSA, Portugal; card sent 2 October 2008
burberry, Taiwan; card sent 16 July 2008
Honeycake, the USA; card sent 14 June 2007
Luiza32, Brazil; card sent 28 December 2006
I have contacted them by e-mail and asked about my card - but unfortunately received no answer! To almost all of them I have sent two cards! Why do people join the Postcrossing project if they are not willing to do their part of the deal? Why don't they even bother to answer inquiries? Why don't they remove or inactivate their accounts if they don't want to continue any more?