Hi dear reader of my profile! Thanks already for sending me a nice card!
My name is Mariska and I am 25 years old.
I first learned about postcrossing when I was working as a mail carrier. I noticed that someone received a lot of cards written in different languages. And since I really like foreign languages... I got curious! I googled a bit and there I luckily found the site! I really love my job by the way. It's lovely to be out in the open every day, despite the rainy days!
And I work in the theatre business. I write and direct plays and I perform plays on my own with a musician. I adore the theatre! A few years ago I finished my theatre education.
Aside for my job, I'm learning French. Like I said.... I really like languages. I also want to learn Italian, Spanish, Russian, Norwegian, and many more! Haha, but that will take some time!
My country (the Netherlands) is quite beautiful, but I really miss the mountains. Perhaps that's why I like the mountains and nature so much.
Furthermore... I collect coins. I wish to have all kinds of Euro coins (especially the 1 and 2 cents are difficult to find) and my goal is to have at least 1 coin of each country in the world! I wonder whether I'll be able to achieve that goal in just one lifetime! Haha
More of my interests:
- Music: Lara Fabian, Wende Snijders
- crime scenes series: ncis, L&O svu, rizzoli and isles, (and more...)
- Ancient buildings
- Foreign coins (Which I collect, including euro's)
Cards I would like to receive:
- Any card you think is nice :)
- Cards from a specific moment. like a special day in your country (such as Christmas) or the current season. Something like that
- A card that shows the place where you live
- A card with beautiful colors
- A card with your national or regional flag.
But I will like any card that is chosen with care and written with joy. So, just pick one you like :)
I would love to learn something about your country. Some fun-facts or traditions. I'm looking forward to your card. Thanks a lot in advance!
Si vous pouvez, je préfère une carte postale en français. Merci beaucoup d'avance!
Wann Sie Deutsch spreche können, würden Sie dann auf Deutsch schreiben für mich? Danke schön!
(A small note of advise: In my country it's useful to use an envelope, because it can prevent some damage to the postcard. But it's not necessary.)