I joined PostCrossing recently. It’s a website that lets you send and receive postcards from all over the world.
I’ve sent out six cards so far, and this is the first one I’ve received. I’m looking forward to receiving more.
Thanks Melanie, for the lovely card.
I love exchanging postcards.
Rather than just put them in an album and forget about them, I thought it would be a good idea to scan them in here so everyone can see them.
Most of my postcards are received via PostCrossing – a great site that gives you a random address to send a card to. In return someone sends a card to you at random. It’s a very clever way to interact randomly with thoughtful people from all over the world.
But I also nag friends who live overseas to send me postcards.
If you’d like to swap one with me, just send a postcard to:
PO Box 30
Petrie Qld 4501
Put your return address on the card, and I’ll send you one back!
I thought it might be interesting to publish copies of postcards that I send and receive. Her’s the first one.
I bought this one on eBay because I love QE2. But as an added bonus, the writer got to travel on Concorde as well.
I’ve also joined PostCrossing so I’ll share what I send and receive from them also.
Click on either image for a larger version.
Oh – by the way, please send me your postcards if you’re feeling generous. Just send them to “Musings”, PO Box 30, Petrie Qld 4501, Australia.