*I am collecting postcards for my niece’s 13th birthday. Please send a postcard to Kilah instead of me. Please write a birthday message for her. She likes animals and has an orange cat named Pablo for a pet. She likes pink, sparkles, and everything girly. Her big brother is in the Air Force. Kilah likes Harry Potter; she is an avid reader. She’s interested in traveling. She’s a really great girl. 💖
My name is Susan. I have 3 little ones at home: Jasmine (7), Julie (5), and Henry (4). We live in a tiny town near Savannah, Georgia. Savannah is beautiful, with old southern charm, beaches, saltwater marshes, and Spanish moss. I love that the ocean isn't too far away. When I need to relax, or when life gets overwhelming, I can find peace beside the sea. I believe I have saltwater in my soul!
If you know Spanish, please write to me in Spanish. I’m learning to read, write, and speak the language. My children have family in Central America, so anything Spanish related (language, culture, etc) is welcome.
Actually any language is welcome. Languages are so beautiful and interesting. I want to teach my children about this amazing, diverse world we live in. There is so much we can learn from other places and cultures. There is so much more to life than the southern United States!
Ibn Batutta said, "Traveling- it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller." I find this so true! I love to travel, but I don't get to often. I do save for and go on 1 vacation a year.
Surprise me with any postcard you choose. I’m a huge Harry Potter fan, so that’s always welcome. Please know that my children will see every postcard, so keep it child friendly.
Do you have a bucket list? What's on it? What is your dream trip/vacation? Where is your favorite place or the best place you've ever visited? Do you collect anything? What is your favorite hobby? What is your favorite food/recipe? Do you have funny/happy memory or story you would like to share? You are important and I want to know about you!
My avatar is from a really amazing trip to the rainforest in Costa Rica.
Updated January 1, 2019