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marshayuki, United States of America

marshayuki

(or Marsha) is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 2 years (853 days).
103 sent 103 received


  • Distance sent: 544,070 miles
  • Last seen: 8 months ago
  • Languages: English
  • Birthday: 12th November
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 38.41, Lon: -85.38 | Google Maps

About Marsha...


Hello! I am Marsha and I'm a stay at home mom with 5 kids, 10-17 years of age. Whew! They keep me quite busy and I wouldn't have it any other way. We are into everything! Soccer and American football are favorite sports. We love all sorts of music, super hero movies, foods, and animals.

I don't consider myself picky with postcards. Popular postcards for your country would be wonderful. I am quickly learning that Inge Look and lali riddle cards are quite popular. And Japan has some amazing anime cards out there. But in the end, I know I will be happy with whatever you send. I just want an overflowing mail box of interesting and eclectic postcards and colorful country stamps to share with my children. Maybe a country coin or two taped to the postcard. It will be our way of traveling to your neck of the woods. Explore places we may never have heard of. Please send whatever you think we might find fun and interesting. Just no ad cards please.

If you're unsure of what to comment on your postcard, please share with me whatever comes to mind. An interesting fact about your country, a favorite book.... Skies the limit. My kids and I just want to have some fun with this new hobby. I would love seeing Hello written out in your language and the date you send the postcard. Maybe a sticker from a piece of fruit or vegetable. Something unique that we might find interesting. Just have some fun with it.

Thank you and Happy Postcrossing.