I live in a small seaside town that's much closer to France than it is to London. My sons are grown and have their own families now.
I love learning about other countries, traditions, history, everyday life. I love learning about people. I can't imagine being without a book to read, almost any book.
Apart from reading reading, I enjoy walking, gardening (now reduced to a balcony), good food, photography. Now that I have more time, I'm trying to go back to more creative things, currently crochet. Sometimes I finish a project!
Please don't share my address with anyone (eg Touchnote, urlaubsgruss) but apart from that, as long as it's a real postcard (not folded) I will be delighted with ANY card you care to send me. If you want something more definite to go by, here are some suggestions:
*UNESCO World Heritage Sites
*Markets, market stalls, or people selling anything.
*Herbs and spices
*Alphabets, abc cards, single initial letters, names.
*People in processions, parades, marches, and traditional festivals.
*Libraries / books / people reading, or writing.
*People in science/technology, especially women
*Clocks and watches
*Bars, pubs, or other drinking places (café, tavern, saloon, etc.).
*Postcrossing meet-up cards signed by anyone/everyone there.
*Rural scenes - woodland/pastures/farms and farming.
*Domestic scenes - bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens.
*Art/illustration in general (but nothing too abstract)
*Citroen 2CV (deux chevaux)(I drove one of these for years!).
I'm sure there are many other possibilities I don't yet know about, so any postcard you send will make my day. If you still need ideas, have a look through my favourites.
I prefer cards to be stamped and written with a few words about the card, or yourself, or where you live, or even some local news. I'm always interested if you can recommend a novel set in your own country.
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