Every postcard I receive delights me and I know that you might not be able to send something in my list below. That's okay! enjoy sending what you can, I will enjoy it when I get it.
Christmas or New Years postcards are very welcome now...I post them on my fridge gallery during Dec/Jan.
My favorites list is of postcards I do not have but if you don't have one of those, don't worry...just send any card you like.
The list below is to make things easier for you not a demand.
I like views of country/city, history, architecture, archaeology, art (but not abstract, manga or anime), landscapes, geologic formations, stars, aurora borealis, rainbows, animals (but I have a phobia about snakes), birds, butterflies, bees, flowers, trees, tall ships (masted ships), fountains, clocks, bells, candles, royalty, people in national regalia/costume, national celebrations/festivals, national holidays, especially Christmas and New Year (religious and non-religious), spirituality (any kind), postcards with inspirational or funny quotations, the colour green and anything sparkly. I like printed postcards of your own photos too.
I prefer stamped postcards and no envelopes if possible. I am not a fan of extra blank cards, loose stamps, transit tickets, tea etc. Because I have a hard time seeing them, please don't use yellow or lime green markers for the ID numbers.
I am not a stamp collector but I appreciate the stamps used as much as the postcards. I DO NOT SEND (and waste) postcards just for the stamps.
I would treasure a Blue Cats World Tour:Canada postcard and a Blue Cats Zodiac:Libra postcard. Not a demand, only a wish should you happen to have one of those already.
I was born in the Year of the Rabbit so Lunar cards for Year of the Rabbit are most welcome.
My interests include visiting people, cooking, flower gardening, hiking, nature photography, calligraphy, reading non-fiction books and genealogy. I work in a college library.
I love Postcrossing and learning about other places, art and cultures of our awesome world.
Thank You, Joyce
Moose Jaw is a small city in the Prairie area of South-central Saskatchewan.
ABOUT THE NAME 'MOOSE JAW'
One of the most commonly asked questions is, “How did Moose Jaw get its name?” The most likely theory is that the name comes from a Cree word, “Moosegaw”, which means ‘warm breezes’.