quirkylady79(or Christina) is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 3 years (1,120 days).
Hello Postcrossers! You are likely reading my profile because this great website has given you my information--unless you are like me and sometimes just enjoy reading people's profiles here because it's full of interesting people!
My name is Christina and I am a mother and a wife living in the state of Texas in the United States. My son is 19 years old and is in his 2nd year of college. We also have two sweet indoor cats living in our home. My true passion is to travel! I also love to cook and bake, read books, spend time in nature and have good and thoughtful conversations with others. I generally love to learn and I think that each day of life is an opportunity to do so!
I sincerely value each postcard sent to me! It simply makes me happy to go to my mailbox and see something addressed and written to me and I like to imagine that others must feel the same way when I send mail to them! I am completely happy with any postcard so no pressure to send anything specific but here are simply some ideas of things that I would love:
♥ real or painted snow scenes
♥ churches, mosques or monasteries
♥ kings/queens/royalty of your country
♥ famous historical figures of your country
♥ trains or buses
♥ beautiful paintings/art
♥ people in traditional clothing of your country
♥ food or recipes from your culture and/or country
♥ fruits, vegetables and grains
♥ anything related to the Balkan nations (I would love to receive an old Yugoslavia postcard!)
♥ coffee or tea
♥ birds (I would love to receive postcards of owls, ravens or crows!)
♥ acorns, chestnuts or pinecones
♥ meaningful quotes
♥ Victorian era scenes or people
♥ Matryoshka dolls
♥ Pippi Longstocking (A childhood favorite of mine!)
♥ mail related cards (postbox, post office, stamps, etc.)
♥ peace and global togetherness
♥ cartoons from your country
♥ fantasy creatures (fairies, elves, trolls, etc.)
I would absolutely love to see any Bulgarian speakers write to me in Bulgarian, however, my Bulgarian is still very basic and Cyrillic is still something I have to read VERY slowly so please be sure to VERY clearly print it--I struggle to read words written in cursive Cyrillic since it is not my native language or alphabet!
Wishing you all the best and looking forward to seeing you in my mailbox!