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postmuse, United States of America


is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 10 years (3,790 days).
1,272 sent 1,274 received

  • Distance sent: 6,203,084 miles
  • Last seen: 4 months ago
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  • Languages: english
  • Birthday: 22nd November
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 40.63, Lon: -80.06 | Google Maps

About PostMuse...

Carolee in Germany, your postcard with ID 3002570 arrived on 25 October 2016. The ID number goes back to 2014, so I can't register your card. Thank you for sending it to me!

Please, no enveloped postcards. I like the traveled look. Please, please, please do not write the Postcrossing ID on the bottom of the postcard when it is traveling to the US. The US Postal Service marks over IDs on the bottom making it difficult to register.

Though I do try to match postcard theme to profiles when I'm sending postcards, I'm not at all fussy about the type of mail I receive. Really. Below are just suggestions. Please do not go out of your way to find something special. All mail is special for me.

Special note for Finnnish Postcrossers ... the Tom of Finland postage stamps are fine to use on mail to me.

Postal theme of any sort are greatly appreciated. That's my mailbox as my avatar.

I also like mail featuring amusement/theme parks, fountain pens, beverages, food, pretty doors/windows, reading, and birdhouses/birdfeeders. Mailart is always fun. But, really, as I wrote in the first paragraph. whatever you send is special.

You can even mail me a letter or a folded card instead of a postcard, if you wish. Really, I am not fussy at all. I just like to get mail.

I do NOT appreciate religious cards or religious quotes, including holiday cards. Save those cards for someone who will appreciate them. I do not consider postcards of churchs/cathedrals/mosques/temple or any other religious building a "religious" card. I think of them as architectural achievements.

My blog is called Orphaned Postcard Project and I've been running it for many years. What I do is send unwritten postcards from my very extensive stash to people worldwide and they send them back to me written and postmarked. I blog about every card that comes back. And I send a thank you postcard in return. Win/win! Since blog details aren't included in postcard ID emails, I include it here, Perhaps there is a card you would like to adopt from my stash?

I also run a fun game on the forum called PS Write Back My Postcard. it is like my Orphaned Postcard Project, but YOU send YOUR blank postcards to others fir a message and postmark back to you. Come join the fun! It is here,

The biggest city near me is Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but I live in a tiny town called Economy Borough. It is so small it doesn't have a zip code, so we "borrow" a neighboring town's zip code. I do not live in Baden, as my address indicates ... just use their zip code :) And the mailbox in my profile map is where my post office box is located, Wexford. I get most of my mail at the post office box. I like getting mail twice a day ... once at the post office, and once at home!