quirkylady79(or Christina) is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 3 years (1,297 days).
Hello everyone! Greetings to all of you unique and interesting people around the world!
My name is Christina and I am a mother and a wife living in the state of Texas in the United States. We also have two sweet indoor cats living in our home. My one true passion is to travel! I also really like to cook and bake, read books, spend time in nature and have good and thoughtful conversations with others. I am very curious about life and love to learn about both the people and the world around me!
I sincerely value each postcard sent to me so please do not worry at all if you do not have one from my list below. These are only suggestions of postcard themes that I enjoy but, otherwise, I simply love sending and receiving mail! It brightens my day to go to my mailbox to see mail in it and I hope that my mail will make others feel the same way!
♥ beautifully painted scenes from the past
♥ real or painted snow scenes
♥ pretty songbirds
♥ real or painted cats
♥ classic and traditional art
♥ real or painted flowers
♥ food or recipes from your country
♥ churches/mosques/monasteries/places of worship
♥ castles/historical buildings
♥ traditional clothing of your country
♥ ballet and other forms of dance
♥ Pippi Longstocking
♥ snail-mail related cards (postage stamps, letters, postboxes, etc.)
♥ soccer or football/World Cup
♥ fairies/trolls/elves/other fantasy creatures
♥ cartoons from your country
♥ anything related to the Balkan nations (I would especially love an old Yugoslavia postcard but any postcard related to these countries would be great! This area of the world is somewhere that I love very much!)
English is my native language. I know enough Spanish to understand what I am reading. I am not very good in Bulgarian but trying to learn and am able to read Cyrillic if you can print it very neatly; cursive Cyrillic is still very difficult for me.
Wishing you good health and great happiness!
"We travel, some of us forever, to seek other states, other lives, other souls." -- Anaïs Nin