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loving6thgrade, United States of America


(or Pam) is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 3 years (1,372 days).
1,297 sent 1,289 received

  • Distance sent: 7,480,289 miles
  • Last seen: 4 minutes ago
  • Languages: English,German and some Spanish
  • Birthday: 7th February
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
  • Pam is a Postcrossing Ambassador What is a Postcrossing ambassador?
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Lat: 31.60, Lon: -94.66 | Google Maps

About Pam...

A warm Texas "Howdy" to you - I look forward to your card:-)

I am a retired 6th grade teacher living in the Piney Woods of East Texas with my husband and our basset hound, Snorkel (sadly we lost his buddy basset Jack to cancer this June) . We have three adult children - a son in Hong Kong, a daughter in Prague, and a son in Texas. We have also been hosts to 4 exchange students (2 from Germany, 1 from Belgium, and 1 from the Czech Republic), and an occasional couchsurfer (most recently from Denmark and Latvia).

A little about me
-All four of my grandparents immigrated from Sweden .
-I studied German and worked two summers in Bremen and one summer in Munich (a long time ago!).
-I was an optometrist for 20 years.
-I was a 6th grade teacher for the next 22 years.
-I have visited all 50 US states except one-(North Dakota)
-I am a 28 year Stage III cancer survivor (my greatest achievement ).
-At the age of 69 I await my newest mission in life:)

I treasure each card I receive, but these make me smile a little bigger :)
-art from your country (I love being introduced to new artists!)
-places or culture unique to your country
-iconic map of your country
-something that makes me laugh, lets me dream, or helps me learn
-Inge Look is always fun (reminds me of my Swedish grandmothers)
-homemade is fine (thank you for taking the time)
-interesting stamps are always appreciated :) and amazing

suggestions for message:
-what you are doing in life, your goals and dreams
-what makes you happy or your favorite things
-a history lesson or language lesson
-a favorite quote
-something about the card you sent

What a wonderful (and important) project Postcrossing is - an opportunity for all of us to become positive World ambassadors BUILDING BRIDGES, NOT WALLS.

If you have a few minutes, here is a link to a video about my town. Perhaps you would enjoy taking a look. It is life in East Texas.