Date Joined: June 26, 2017
Last Online: August 26, 2018
Birthday: June 8, 1984
Country: Russian Federation
Hello! I am Diana. I am a positive and optimistic girl from Russia. I love Japan and really interested in its culture, martial arts, language, traditions etc. Also I am a teacher of English language in Russia, I love teaching at university, my students give me inspiration and energy for making my lessons bright and interesting.
I have a lot of hobbies such as snail mail, collecting different things Donald Duck, Totoro, Naruto and Sailor Moon, riding a bicycle, travelling and learning something new about different places, cultures, people etc.,collecting unusual, funny and positive postcards, collecting clear and used stamps, studying Japanese language and reading books with a cup of good tea.
Also I do love sea, it gives me positive feelings and good emotions. Sincerely speaking, I like all kinds of water - sea, rivers, waterfalls, oceans etc. I am a very curious person, also I am in love with travelling and communicating with people, itâ€™s a great pleasure for me!
Wow! There are so many of them. I am collecting and actively using stationery such as writing paper, envelopes, sticky notes, washi tapes etc. I enjoy wrapping gifts - I always try to find some new variants of wrapping and decorating some special gifts to my friends and relatives. Really in love with writing letters to my penpals around the world. I love postcards and folded cards (an active member of Postcrossing project, user name - Sysla).
â€¢ blank postcards and folded cards on any topics
â€¢ sticky and non-sticky notepads
â€¢ washi tapes - rolls or samples
â€¢ chocolate, sweets
â€¢ clear stamps
â€¢ any letter writing supplies: envelopes, writing letter sets, letter sheets, pens etc.
â€¢ anything for wrapping: paper, gift bags, decorating items, ribbons etc.
â€¢ any Japanese goodies
â€¢ anything you like and want to present me:)
I always send my swaps ASAP. Anyway, if you didn't take a swap from me, feel free to contact me, I'll resend it. Big swaps I always send by registered mail, so I can track them.