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leiste, United States of America

leiste

is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 1 year (701 days).
366 sent 325 received


  • Distance sent: 1,559,578 miles
  • Last seen: about 6 hours ago
  • Languages: English, a little Spanish, and a little Marathi
  • Birthday: 8th June
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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  • leiste is a Postcrossing Supporter
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Lat: 44.94, Lon: -93.09 | Google Maps

About leiste...


Hello Postcrossers,

I love Postcrossing! Getting mail is fun, and getting postcards is even more fun. I live in Minnesota in the United States of America. (I love my country. I do not always love its leadership.)

I appreciate all kinds of postcards, so send me something that is interesting to you. I like landscapes, cityscapes, plants, people, animals, parks, historical sites, art, etc. If you find it interesting, I probably will too.

Here is another idea... if you have a card that you can't find a recipient for or you can't remember why you bought it, you can send it to me. Who has the weirdest postcard? The ugliest postcard? The most boring postcard?

I really like handmade cards, because I know the time it takes to make them. I like drawings, stamping, collage, fabric art, zentangle, etc. It's amazing to see what people come up with. Art is always appreciated!

I like to read details from people, such as about a place they visited or a personal interest. I also love books, so if you have a favorite, please tell me about it. I might check it out.

It does not matter where you write the Postcrossing ID on the card, but please write it large and clear enough for me to read it. I'm bad with handwriting--reading it and writing it! (Sorry to those of you who have to read MY handwriting!)

Thank you!
Sara