Date Joined: August 16, 2009
Last Online: April 8, 2011
Birthday: October 20, 1966
10 March 2011 IMPORTANT - I got too "trigger"-happy and signed up for too many swaps at one point. Everything seemed so fun, but in the end it became my doom. I fell behind and then it got embarrassing, and instead of just doing the swaps I postponed and got embarrassed in a never-ending circle. I have not been online for over a year, longing to be part of swap-bot but too ashamed to even log on. Now I decide I should start acting mature and go back online. I owe for severeal swaps, but have contact the ones that are fabric postcard related to ask for their adresses. All addresses have been received and all owed swaps are on their way ;-) There is one swap that I will not be able to complete and that is the London experience swap, since the recipient has dropped out.
Edited on March 20: Yay - glad to see that swaps are arriving. It feels so good to be caught up, but now I am worried that mail will get lost. So if you have not received from me in a duly manner, please contact me because everything has been sent out.
I am a 44 year old mother of four children and one beautiful grandchild (born Jan 28, 2011) , although not all of them still live at home. Instead I do have eight cats, three rabbits, stick insects and hermit crabs living at my home. I am a widow and have found enjoyment in postcards and letter writing.
I like to take walks, but I enjoy sports like soccer, american football, hockey - as long as I can watch it.
Since I work at a library ... there are so many books and writers that I like. Some of them are: Janet Evanovich, Fannie Flagg, Michael Connolly, Jeffery Deaver, Charlaine Harris, Tracy Chevalier ... and a new-found author: Anthony Trollope
Scrapbooking, embroidery, card making, crochet, knitting ... You name it, I probably like it ;-)
Sports like hockey, soccer, american football, australian football. Bones, CSI, Biggest loser, Martha Stewart ...
I simply love to get mail. My favourite kind of postcards are those that show multi-views, something to do with authors and books, recipes ... but nothing in my mail box really disappoint me.
Oh - one thing. I really liked my pc's naked and written on. I have to take back the statement about disappointment. If I get a letter in an envelope that is not even written on - yes, then I get disappointed. If you don't know what to write - just letting me know what you read right now is ok. I also like it when you put the date on.
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