Chris in Almere, Netherlands is getting a mapcard from me! They seem to be pretty popular so I hope he likes it. 🙂
UPDATE Dec. 4, 2012: Hurray! My card reached its destination in 6 days after traveling 6,353 km! Chris is a teacher and said he was really busy preparing for St. Nicolas Day. The school he teaches at has a reception in their gym for the smaller kids and St. Nick visits. The older children makes gifts for each other and do a Secret Santa. 🙂
Christina in Grevenbroich, Germany likes cats so I’m sending her this cat card.
UPDATE Dec. 13, 2012: Hurray! My card reached its destination in 15 days after traveling 6,494 km! Christina said: “Thanks for the beautiful card. Merry Christmas.”
Yi is Chinese and lives in Eagan, Minnesota. She contacted me about swapping mapcards. I sent her a VA mapcard and just got this one in return! I love the shape!
Favorite cheese: Tvarůžky (I just looked it up and there is a Tvarůžky Cheese Museum!!! I want to go!)
I got this awesome postcard / stamps from Radana in the Czech Republic! I’ve always thought the Czechs have some of the best design in the world.
Favorite cheese: Sharp Cheddar
I loooooove this card. I’ve been dying to get this box of cards (Paris vs. New York) so maybe this is a sign? 😉 I also LOVE the vintage Olympic stamp! Yay! Megan in New Jersey picked the the most perfect card and stamp for me!!!
I was at the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia in 2000 so it was awesome to get this card in the mail! It brought back a lot of good memories. 🙂 July in Tyumen, Russia send it to me.
Svetlana in Cherkasy, Ukraine sent me this great card, stamps, a mini-calendar and super cute, glittery stickers (the bear is one of them)!
Ton in Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands sent me this card and super, awesome Postcrossing stamp! He said his town is celebrating its 800 anniversary this year!
Marina in Feuchtwangen, Germany sent me this pretty card. I love how neat the postmark is.
Favorite cheese: none! Doesn’t like cheese – I was wondering when someone would write me that. 🙂
Binay in India contacted me Oct. 8 about swapping – he liked my Virginia mapcard. He also collects cards of stadiums and lighthouses, and stamps so I sent him the following…
My friend Valerie sent me this super awesome card! It’s hard to see, but the sky and the word “Columbus” have glitter all over them. And I love glitter! 🙂
I love this card! Winter is my favorite season and I’m excited for it to snow soon. I also love the contrast with the summery stamp and bright colors! Seija in Turku, Finland sent this great card/stamp combo to me.
Filipa from Portugal sent me this card of where port wine grapes are grown in the hills along the Douro River. Such a cute stamp!
Isadora in São Paulo, Brazil likes history cards. I wrote a little about the history of Richmond and that in April 1865, General Lee found out that Richmond was going to be invaded so he evacuated the city. He also ordered his troops to burn all the buildings that contained government records, cotton, tobacco, liquor and food so the North couldn’t use any of it. About 60 blocks burned and shortly after the South surrendered.
UPDATE Nov. 13, 2012: Hurray! My card reached its destination in 7 days after traveling 7,492 km! Isadora said: “Thank you for the postcard, it is amazing! Happy postcrossing.”
Karin in Berlin, Germany loves reading so I sent her a card by the great Beatrix Potter! I told her I am currently reading “Divergent” which is similar to the “Hunger Games”, but I think it’s a little bit better.
UPDATE Nov. 13, 2012: Hurray! My card reached its destination in 6 days after traveling 6,860 km! Karin said: “Thank you for your beautiful card” and she thanked me for the book recommendation. 🙂