On September 8, 2020 I received postcard RU-7414710 from Leokadiyah (?).The card was postmarked 18.08.2018 - so, I could not register it anymore. Anyway, thank you!
On October 2, 2020, I received a postcard from a postcrossing Meetup in Seattle WA, USA without an ID. Who sent it ("Kristine"?) and what is the ID? Please tell me!!!
I am a 73 years young man, happily married, retired teacher of geography. Two (married) sons, 4 grandchildren (3 boys, 1 girl). I am an enthousiastic collector of postage stamps (especially volcanism on stamps!). When on holiday, my wife and I like to make long walks. I love to read good books. And I like embroidering, especially making copies of antique cross-stitch samplers.
I try to choose postcards that fit to your profile or your wish-list - if possible of course. I hope you'll try that for me too.
I always write something on the postcard, about the picture on the card, about myself, or ... whatever. I hope you'll do the same when you send me a postcard - so, please, write more than "greetings" or "happy postcrossing" and your name.
I prefer postcards that give a good image of the place or region where one lives, especially the more or less natural environment - if possible volcanic or other geological features.
Please, no multi-views and no ad-cards!.
And, please, use special postage stamps - if possible!
Expired cards: well, it happens - and I don't like it. So, if you decide to stop Postcrossing, please, be kind enough to register the card I have chosen for you... Thanks
2011: 2 cards expired
2012: 5 cards expired
2013: 11 cards expired
2014: 13 cards expired
2015: 5 cards expired
2016: 9 cards expired
2017: 10 cards expired
2018: 7 cards expired
2019: 14 cards expired
2020: 11 cards expired