ysk

ysk, Venezuela
  • country Venezuela
  • Member since Joined 2nd Feb., 2009
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About Yessica...

Hello!

My name is Yessica and I'm 29 years old. I'm an Agricultural Engineer specialized in food industry, so i don't really know much about crops or farm animales unless they're heading to processing and are about to become one of those yummy/ready-to-use products you buy on the stores...xD I dunno if you can say it like this in English but I'm an Agroindustrial Engineer...

I love reading (Harry Potter's my favorite series ever along with Carlos Ruiz Zafón books), going to the movies and hanging out with my husband, friends and family. I also looove languages, one of my dreams is to learn french and german, I'd also like to learn japanese and any other languege I fall in love with in the way! Also, I recently started working translating books through BabelCube so, yay!! But most of all, I'm a new mom, so this new experience is what I'm loving above anything else.

Feel free to send me any cute postcards from your country...landscapes, city views, buildings, famous people, colorful postcards, vintage cards (looove vintage!)...whatever you want! You can use envelopes and write letters if you feel like it, just please write something on the postcard (whatever you want, write about the card you're sending me, your job, family, hobbies, the more the better...) and if your mother tongue is neither spanish nor english, write something in it, anything it occurs to you!

Happy Postcrossing!

Yess

P.S: if you speak portuguese, I'd really appreciate it if you write the card on that language! I'm also taking a free "chinese for beginners" course by Peking University, so it'd be nice to receive something in that language, too.

Also,I took the liberty to steal this from my best friend's (Julie Mary) profile: "IMPORTANT. Please, be patient. Venezuelan postal services suck big time. Sometimes it takes ages for a postcard to reach my inbox, but it eventually does". So, if your card has been traveling 40-60 days and I haven't registered it, don't freak out, it is absolutely normal.

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