I like the oldfashioned way to send and receive greetings. It´s much more personal to write a postcard than an email. Someone chooses a suitable postcard, forms the letters by hand, puts a stamp on and goes to the letter-box. I think time is the most valuable thing to give away to someone else.
I enjoy gardening and plants, reading, yoga, cooking, drinking tea (!), my family and all my students att school. I'm working as a headmistress.
I would be glad if you answer one of the following questions:
-Where did you get in touch with postcrossing?
-What person, dead or alive, would you be fond of meeting?
-What's your favorite quote, book, film...?
-Which famous Swedes do you know?
-What do you do when catching a cold? Please reveal your special household remedy.
-I´m very interested in languages. Teach me a word, an idiom or a proverb in your mothertongue.
-Is there a Museum of Art in your hometown? Please send me a reproduction of one of your famous painters or...
-funny sized postcards
-classical female portraits
-black and white
-an angel or two...or
-show me your hometown
-famous buildings, bridges, castles...
-Moomins from Finland
-Die Maus und Meckikarten aus Deutschland (gibts die überhaupt noch?) oder die gelben Ortsschilder
...or choose whatever you would like!
Unbelievable but true: the card SE-38343 was travelling 225 days until it reached China. I love happy ends!
The card with the lowest IDnumber up to now came from Namibia 814! I sent and received cards from 58 countries -153 left.
And last not least I expect the whole world to enter my home and I look forward to all your postcards!