Monthly Archives: June 2012

Received Card #12

Nastya in Moscow, Russia sent me this awesome Cheburashka card!

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Received Cards #8, 9, 10 & 11

I received FOUR postcards in the mail today! Woo-hoo! 🙂

Favorite cheese: Mozzarella & Emmental

Kristen from Waldsee, Germany sent me her 1st postcard! Neat. 🙂 She is a postwoman – I always thought that would be a fun career!

Valerie is a 16 year old from Luhansk, Ukraine. She sent me this card of The Big Khan Mosque in Bakhchisaray, Crimea, Ukraine.

Patricia from Rotterdam, Netherlands sent me this card.

Ingrida from Vilnius, Lithuania sent me this great train card! She wrote that her parents live in a small village where they hear trains everyday! Yikes!

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Received Cards #6 & 7

South Africa!!!!! I thought it would take a long time to get a card from Africa since there aren’t many Postcrossers there. But I got lucky. Sandy from Pietermaritzburg, SA sent me this cool card of the city center with a view of city hall.

Favorite cheese: Dutch

Cheburashka!!! Oh, I was so excited to get this. I love Cheburashka. 🙂 Dina from Perm, Russia sent this to me.

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Karo sends me a card!

My German friend Karo was in New York for a wedding and sent me this great card! She knows how much I love posters and this is a great one! 🙂 It’s from the Spanish Civil War created by the artist Goñi in 1937. The translation for the text is: “Your brothers at the front, they wait for you in the sacred fight for freedom.”

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Received Card #5

Favorite cheese: Gouda

I recently changed my Postcrossing profile, and asked people what their favorite cheese is. 🙂 Sophia from Hamburg, Germany sent me this awesome card and said her favorite is Gouda. This is a lenticular card – when you view it from different angles, the picture changes. So cool! 🙂

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