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read-addict, Netherlands

read-addict

(or Diane) is a member in Netherlands . She has been a member for over 4 years (1,514 days).
3,310 sent 3,301 received


  • Distance sent: 6,686,223 miles
  • Last seen: 11 minutes ago
  • Languages: Dutch, German, English, French
  • Birthday: 11th November
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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  • Diane is a Postcrossing Supporter
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  • 60th on most postcards sent from Netherlands
  • 68th on longest distance sent from Netherlands
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Lat: 52.38, Lon: 4.64 | Google Maps

About Diane...


Hi there, my name is Diane, I am a happy woman, enthusiastic, outgoing and very interested in other people. Married with a lovely man and I have 3 children. LOVE PEACE AND HAPPINESS 😍😍

Please: I really don’t like Christmas cards, sorry.....

Who I am : selfmade clothes
colorfull things
burning incense
unknown people telling me wonderful stories
listening to "Café del Mar/Buddha-bar" music
crochet (selfmade hippie-style blankets)
reading (literature/true based about people/countries)
living in my own created cocoon
going to the movies (art-house style)
buddha-philosophy
"Rooibos" tea
only wear flared pants all my life already :-)
photography art
born in the wrong time, lost in this world

For Postcards:
WARNING 👍🏼 have an unusual taste so see it as a challenge instead of a difficulty :-)
I prefer hearing about who you are instead of telling me about your village.

Reading women
Hearts/Love things
Belarus/Russia: Anna Silivonchik, Sasha Kru, Anna Saveleva-Varella, Jana Fevelova, Daria Gerasimova
Poland: Karolina Piętoń, Wiktor Najbor
Ukraine: Natalia Derevyanko, Sasha Salmina
Pictorial Map card with national symbols
Local food (not in real but only drawings)
Teacups, teapots, tea
Woman (not nude/erotic)
Sweets
Books
Umbrellas
Bycicles
Colourfull illustrations (for example Gaëlle Boissonnard)
Happy quotes
Geisha/Maiko
Mermaids (no walt disney!)
Fado & Flamengo
Romantic cards
Vintage advertising or magazine covers
Old propaganda postcards
Pin-up girls
Marilyn Monroe, Frida Kahlo
Buddha
Matryoshka
Illustrations from national folklore (drawings)
Traditional clothing (drawings)
Rubber duck
Sixties
Vanity Fair, the NewYorker, Harper's Bazar
AvantGarde/Vogue
Popart illustrations

I do not like touristic, selfmade cards or churches....

I don't mind folded/greeting cards, cards with or without envelope...

Love & Peace
Diane