Note: Don't be afraid to send me a card. I always register them. I have an imbalance this year as I had my account set to inactive for a while in the spring while i was still sending cards.
Note: You can read a bit more about me here: http://www.postcrossing.com/blog/2011/06/15/postcrossing-spotlight-lapoussine35-from-france
Hello and thank you for the postcard (and piece of you) you're about to send me :-) You can look at my postcard wall favorites to get an idea of things I like, otherwise, I would love to receive postcards of, in no particular order:
--Maps in General
-UNESCO (you'll have to tell that is is a heritage site--I don't "collect" UNESCO cards...more curiosity if you have one to share with me) (Don't know much about WHS? Neither did I until I started postcrossing! You can read about it here: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list)
-Ugly Dolls (and other 'ugly' monsters)
-Unusual size/shape cards
-State or Country--Capitals, Flowers, Birds, Symbols, Flags
-Snowman/men for my daughter Laura
-US National Parks, Historical Sites and Monuments (you can learn more at www.nps.gov)
-war/peace related sites of any era/country (WWI, WWII, US Civil War-related, etc)
-Postcards of Currency/Money
-Star Trek, Star Wars, LOTR
-A card you would like to receive!
(PS I'm not a big fan of dogs, cats and other cute animals...please save them for someone who will appreciate them.)
During November - January, if you have Christmas/Holidays/New Year's postcards, I would love to receive one.
Otherwise just surprise me with a card you like :-) (FYI--I'm not a big fan of ad cards although some are neat and quirky. I do like exhibit and some free cards when they're well done.) A personal note, quote, or a few words in your own language will make it even more special to me...as will a neat stamp! If you don't know what to write, I'd love to read your own proposed itinerary for a trip to your town or country. Thanks and can't wait to hear from you!
PS To US postcrossers--you will make my day if you send me State map cards or National Historic Sites, Memorials and Parks. You see, when we visited the US, my husband and I bought a "Passport to Your National Parks" on a lark and started collecting the passport stamps. You can see the complete list of National Historic Sites and Parks at www.nps.gov Every state and territory except Delaware is home to a site or park.