#1 wish: Please send me a scenic (tourist) view card of a place from *your* country/US state.
Here are the cards I like most:
♥ scenic mountains, landscapes or famous place
♥ evening lights
♥ cathedrals, temples, palaces, castles, mills
♥ UNESCO world heritage sites
♥ native people, babies, animals, food, or ceremonies
♥ or anything else unique about your country.
Please avoid sending these:
NO multi-view (prefer single image cards)
NO free/ad cards
NO art (I prefer photographs)
NO card from a different place outside of your country
NO tv cartoons, movies, celebrities
ON THE BACK:
I love cards with the back full of writing and cool stamps - this is my favorite part (learning your culture/history; seeing your handwriting). Don't forget the date (format: 01 JAN 2012).
You can explain to me what is on the front of the card and your personal experience with it or interesting facts. Or, just write anything about your country or culture. If nothing else comes to mind, share a joke, story, meaningful quote, what you did last weekend, or draw a picture for me.
Thank you for taking the time to read my lengthy profile. If you enjoy reading, I've added more below. :)
I am 50% Korean 50% German & Irish-English and I live in Colorado with my husband. We have 3 cats: 2 Birmans and 1 Bengal! I have visited 39 of the 50 states. I have also lived in Germany (father was in the Army), South Korea, and I've visited Brazil and Spain. My favorite activities are geocaching, sightseeing, hiking, running, and skiing. In 2013, I ran my first half-marathon and my goal is to run a marathon in 2014. Some of my favorite foods are Korean, Indian, sushi, desserts, and boba (bubble/pearl) tea. I grew up learning to play piano and flute. In high school, I competed as a pole-vaulter and ranked 3rd place in my state of Colorado!
I bought my 1st house in 2012. It is a ranch-style brick house built in 1957 with large maple tree in front. One of the things that excites me a lot is the mailbox - it is built into the brick wall next to the front door, so I can open my mailbox from my living room! It's so exciting when I can hear the walking postman open and close the metal flap everyday; it's become one of my favorite sounds. :)
The name of my street is Shoshone, pronounced shuh-SHOW-ni. It is named after the Native American ("Indian") tribe that primarily lived in Wyoming (near Yellowstone National Park).