stjerne567, Germany
  • Country Germany
  • Member since Joined 15th Jul., 2012
  • icon Seen 4 days ago

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  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon German, English, Swedish, Danish, French un petit peu, Dutch just reading
  • icon Female
  • icon 17th January

About Ingrid...


my name is Ingrid, I'm living with my husband and our tomcat in the North of Germany and I love it, to write and to get postcards since I was a little girl. Now I'm 58 years old, a mother of three grown-up children and a grandma of five very sweet grandchildren.
I work as an assistant in a tax consultant.

I love surprises, so you may send me a card of your choice...Feel free to choose a card, which you would like to receive...

If you need some input...skylines, typical of your country, cityviews, aerial views, streetviews, illuminated buildings, stones, books, trees, cows, hens, birds, Snoopy, The Peanuts, Inge Löök, Janosch, stars (in the sky), look at my hobbies, works of art, geometric art, vintage things (advertising, too), tractors, clocks, orchids, nice stamps and stickers, Sweden, photographs with lots of the same things and thousandandone other things.
Or just take a package of candy (cookies, tea, cereals, chocolate, ready-to-eat-lunch, whatever you may have) and cut out the front part and send that as your postcard. I'm very curious, what kind of card will reach me.

My hobbys are (in random order) riding by bike or motorbike, archery, sewing, photographing, knitting socks, doing yoga, reading books, listening to music, collecting stones from the beach, jigsaw puzzling, playing with my grandchildren, feeding and watching birds in my garden, learning Swedish and of course writing postcards. (When I'm traveling, I write a postcard to myself) :-).

If you are from The Netherlands, please write in your language. Bedankt!

Jag lär mig svenska och jag är alltid mycket glad, när ja få läsa eller skriva på svenska.
Tack så mycket!

If you don't know what to write, just tell me what you will do after writing the card. Or what you did before.

Thanks for your cards. Happy postcrossing.

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