We all know the TL;DR and well, I tend to write a lot. So before I start to ramble, just some general postcard preferences and on the bottom you can read more, if you would like to. :)
The actual postcard:
Sent me one you would like to receive; the list is not supposed to limit you. I love to be surprised.
- Changing Theme: Construction sites, scaffolding (ancient or modern)
- Weird, unusual, simply out of the ordinary
- Greetings from ... (with large letters)
- Something unique from your region
- Black & White and/or minimalistic
- Astronomy and space in general
- Historical and vintage cards
- Natural phenomena
- Botanical drawings
- Handmade cards
Pretty much anything. If you can't think of anything, how about:
- Your last dream
- A fond memory
- Your favorite recipe
- Something about yourself or your hometown
- A few words in your native language with translation
- I'd love postcards in Spanish to improve my Spanish skills. :D
For everyone who wants to know more about me - keep reading. All the others: I am excited to receive your postcard. :D
My name is Patricia and I call Düsseldorf in Germany my home. I work as a project manager in IT services. I am a booknerd, daydreamer, fangirl at ♥ and a slytherin.
Next to spending time with family and friends, I enjoy music, cooking, reading and most of all travelling. I love to get to know different cultures and languages - that's why I spent a year in Michigan as an exchange student and I loved it. In fact I loved it so much that I went back to the US for a semester abroad during my bachelor studies and attended Arkansas State University (Go Red Wolves!). I have seen many places, but there are so many more on my bucket list. My favorite travel memory is walking the Camino in Spain. I started with my mom in St.-Jean-Pied-de-Port and we ended up in Santiago de Compostela a month later. It was an amazing experience for sure. We also walked the Caminho Português, partially the Camino del Norte and went a bit further by reaching the end of the world (Finisterre).
Speaking of the end of the world. Now I got IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT by R.E.M. stuck in my head. In Germany we actually have a word for songs that haunt you, which is "Ohrwurm" (earwig). So at least you know now that there is a word for it, while you are probably also listening to the song in your head.
When you have a song stuck in your head, do you actually hear it as if it was on the radio or are you somewhat singing the song to yourself? I always have to listen to songs in my lovely (well, not so much) voice, when I have an Ohrwurm. Even the instruments are "sung" by me.
>> Currently reading: The Offing by Benjamin Myers
>> Currently watching: The Pacific
>> Last book: Ptolemy's Gate by Jonathan Stroud
>> Last series: For All Mankind
Take care and
Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland
(lovely greetings from Germany)