Hello and welcome to my profile!
Let me introduce myself and share some thoughts.
I am a 20 year old girl living in Bavaria, Germany.
I'm currently studying musical theatre at the university of my hometown Bayreuth, though I don't really think this is what I want to do with my life. I love the postcrossing idea - connecting people all over the world... Unfortunately I was unable to participate for the last few months, but I'm desperate to get back on track now!
Here are some ideas for what to write on the card:
- What's you favourite song right now? Is there a good song in your native language you can to recommend me? Give me the name of the song and the artist and I'll try to find it, listen to it and give you a feedback!
- I'd love to learn something new through postcrossing, like about the place you live. Is there something everyone needs to know about your place?
- Share some wisdom! Do you have a life motto, a favourite saying, songtext, phrase or poem?
- In fact, I just want you to write at least something on the card. Blank cards are just... sad. It's interesting how different handwritings can be, by the way.
- Please date your card :)
About the front - here are some things I like:
- music (I play the piano, guitar, bass, banjo, accordeon and whatever is needed in my band)
- all kinds of secrets (secret passages, old castles, mazes...)
- being outside in the nature
- the small pleasures in life such as hot chocolate :)
- books, literature, languages (I'm currently trying to learn swahili. I'm not doing very well, though)
- beautiful houses, furniture, interior design
- fantasy (lord of the rings is amazing)
- steampunk and vintage stuff
- William Morris and art in general, Art Nouveau, photography, black and white
- lucid dreaming
- beautiful cards that have that certain indefinable something, giving me that special longing, wishful feeling...
- funny cards (I have a weird kind of humor)
Choose a card you're comfortable with, or just the one you'd like to receive yourself. I'm not too picky. Surprise me!
Your card will be in loving hands :)
Thank you so much for reading,
I know most postcrossers already sent tons of cards to people in Germany and maybe you are disappointed because you were hoping for a more rare or interesting country. Trust me, I can totally understand that.
Though I'm asking you not to send me the ugly card you've always wanted to get rid of and write more than just "happy postcrossing", please. Put some heart in the card - Postcrossing is not about quantity but quality. I really appreciate it.