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triplightly, United States of America

triplightly

(or Teresa) is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for 5 months (146 days).
56 sent 51 received


  • Distance sent: 275,582 miles
  • Last seen: about 10 hours ago
  • Languages: English, French
  • Birthday: 18th September
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 40.67, Lon: -111.94 | Google Maps

About Teresa...


I am a school librarian and have a degree in Cultural Anthropology.
I am taking an idea I have seen from other postcrossers:
My daughter is getting married next year and I would love to give her a keepsake book of postcards from around the world. So if you wish, please send a love/marriage themed postcard. Feel free to write a marriage custom or saying from your country/family. My daughter is Nadine and her fiance' is Michael. That would be so lovely if you choose to do this for her but any postcard is fine.

I love beautiful picture books. (Kinuko Craft and Kay Nielsen are a few favorite artists.) My husband and I enjoy trying new restaurants and eating foods from around the world (he lived in France and Algeria growing up and I lived in Germany, so perhaps that helped create our adventurous palettes). I really like the steampunk stuff and dressing up and making costumes. I love to travel and if I had more mullah I'd jet off hither and yon constantly. My dream is to visit Greece on a Mediterranean cruise! Every year I throw an official High Tea for friends and pull out all the stops. So la-de-dah! I enjoy playing hostess.
I've been sending postcards to friends and family since I was a wee one and was very excited to find this website!
I'd love something beautiful or interesting (I really like fairy tale artwork). And a Gotochi postcard from Japan would be fantastic! If you feel so inclined, let me know a favorite book (I'm a mystery lover - thanks to Agatha Christie) and/or a favorite treat (pastries, I adore you!)...I look forward to "globe trot" through the mail.
*(Please write more than "Happy Postcrossing")

You can see my book reviews at Goodreads, username: Teresa Edmunds