Date Joined: May 16, 2009
Last Online: December 4, 2021
Country: United States
50 year old married pharmacist with two kids and two nephews we are raising. I've belonged to postcard exchange groups (at Yahoo) for fifteen years and used to own and/or moderate several myself. I like foreign, map, and animal postcards as well as military and automotive. I collect baseball caps and tee-shirts as well as postcards. By the way, I sponsor a lot of swaps on Swap-Bot, both in groups and individually. If you are ever flaked on contact me and I will be happy to angel for that swap.
I always rate. If I didn't rate you it's because I never received your swap.
One of the nice ladies on this site asked me to put the kids' ages on, so here goes: boy 20, boy 18 (12th grade), boy 17 (11th grade), girl 14 (8th grade).
My 14-year old daughter loves stickers and decorates all my envelopes and postcards with them. She even puts them on bill envelopes that are mailed. I told her that they probably go thru some kind of sorting machine and that people would probably never see them. She said "maybe someone would, like the mail carrier, and they would get a smile from them." We know all our mail carriers by name and speak to them when we see them.
Rock, classical, c&w
Picture books, seriously, those big coffee table books with large clear pictures. I have a lot of those with magazine photos like Look and Life and dozens with historic buildings and castles. I also collect foreign language dictionaries and baseball caps. I also have a million tee-shirts which wife would like me to part with. I have several novels I read over and over.
Enjoy superhero and sci fi movies but usually wait until we can rent them.
Not much of a TV-watcher anymore, prefer books and the Internet.
I like animals and birds (favorites are horses, dogs, wild cats, elephants, zebras, colorful tropical birds and frogs). I also like UNESCO sites, castles, religious buildings, old stone forts and bridges, whole country maps, flags, uniforms, anything military, native costumes, and anything colorful, historic, or interesting. I prefer cards unused, clean, newer, without smoke or mildew smell and in an envelope.
|Type 1||Type 2||Type 3||Uncategorized|