First: Do not be overwhelmed because I've gotten so many cards, you do not have to worry if I have the card or not because what is on the back will be different!
Postcrossing is such a fun idea! I've found trying to condense any thought of mine to fit a postcard is a good exercise in brevity for me.
It's wonderful getting something besides bills and junk mail in the mailbox, so any type post card is appreciated! I have not gotten one card I did not enjoy.
If you still have Christmas cards, those fascinate me and are welcome anytime of the year.
If you have a card with your state's or country's map, in any form on it, I'd like one!
If you have a dog on a postcard, I love dogs, even ad cards with a dog is great.
If you have a card you can't believe you ever picked up, go ahead and send it to me!
But of course, I really like seeing what comes as a surprise.
Thanks, and happy Postcrossing to all!
My husband of 26 years, Bob, passed away 02/27/2016. He had pulmonary fibrosis caused by rheumatoid arthritis. After three months on hospice at home, he died and I am honored to have been by his side as he escaped his earthly mantle. Something very cool (to me anyway): Bob said he was comforted by our old Huckleberry hound dog. She visited Bob from when he first started dying but hung around more often the last few weeks of Bob's life. Huckleberry died over a year before Bob died. I knew she was the best dog ever, but could not have guessed how good she'd be ever after :) I do not think it is a coincidence that dog spelled backwards is God, and am grateful to God for giving us dogs.
I removed the Send Kids the World Postcard site because they are going on Hiatus at the end of the month.