morningsun

morningsun, Germany
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  • Member since Joined 14th Nov., 2009
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About morningsun...

Hi, fellow postcrossers, nice to meet you!

A real bookworm I am, love visiting museums, bookstores, libraries, and old cemeteries, and enjoy photography.
I collect postcards of angel statues on historic cemeteries, these old sculptures are very romantic.

I enjoy a lot of things in life and ever since I'd been a little girl have loved postcards showing my favourite things so I can keep them close to my heart in pictures from different corners of the world: cards with

books or bookstores or libraries or
hands or
pencils or crayons or
letters or mailboxes or
hearts or
bright colourful things or
snow globes or
sweets or cakes or chocolate or
coffee or tea or fruits or food or
everything about Praha/Prague or
sea shells or
lighthouses, especially these of the Outer Banks, or the ocean or
stones or pebbles or tiles or
lavender or
hamsters or pandas or owls or
angels of any kind or
cemeteries or
ornaments or
royal families or
Lali riddle cards or
children's book illustrations or
Inge Löök's old ladies or
the Moomins or Krtek or
Jetoy cats
and of course all those wonderful postcards I've discovered here on this site in the public gallery and which you can see in my would-make-me-happy wishlist:
http://www.postcrossing.com/user/morningsun/gallery/favourites

Black & white cards I always enjoy very much, especially these which are printed in black and white but have one single colourful spot.

And I have deeply fallen in love with the illustrations by Virpi Pekkala, they are so charming! So if you are from Finland, maybe you could send me a card by Virpi Pekkala?
That would be absolutely fabulous, thanks :-)

Getting a postcrossing postcard is always such a sweet surprise, every time it is a precious moment!
I absolutely love this project.

It's even sweeter when the cards are written on and stamped. Please feel free to write anything that goes through your mind when sending me a card, I love reading what you write!
Please add the date when you are writing.
And I always enjoy interesting stamps :) thank you in advance.

If possible, please don't send me touristy multiview cards, I'm just not so very fond of them.

Also no ad and no free cards, please.

Happy postcrossing everyone, I'm looking forward to hear from you and also look forward to sending you a card once I draw your name.
Liebe Grüße, greetings from Münster!

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