Date Joined: November 3, 2011
Last Online: March 3, 2021
Birthday: March 12, 1972
My name is Nina, married with no kid, Thai with German and Chinese ancestors; a housewife living in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. As a child, I frequently responded with my German maternal grandparents, so that I have developed my fondness in postcards, combining with my interest in paper craft, apart from store-bought postcards, I also enjoy handmade/mail-art ones, making and receiving. I am also a member of Postcrossing.com (highest ranking ever is 2nd, username there is Dancing_Sun), Thailland Snailmail Club where I trade atcs and pcs with other members, Thailand Postcardlover Club, and Thailand Travel Postcard. My days are usually filled with taking care of my two smart dogs (both male & siblings, Thai Domestic, adopted from a pet-rescue foundation), on-line shopping, market shopping, household chores, stock trading, writing journal ...
My postcard preferences 🌸🌸🌸 People in relation with animal(s) (NO ART) 🌸🌸 Animal(s) together with their baby animal(s) (NO ART) 🌸 Protected, Endangered, Extinct species of animals (NO ART) 🌸 Underwater life (NO ART) 🌸 Single-view Touristy 🌸 UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites; UNESCO Tentative; World Wonders 🌸 National Parks 🌸 Historical Parks 🌸 Remarkable events in the past; Anything related to History 🌸 Your city decorated during Christmas 🌸 Unique local things; Things that can be found only in your area/country 🌸 G.P.O.; Local post offices 🌸 Airports 🌸 Atelier Nouvelles Images (Multiples) 🌸 Edition Tausendschöen 🌸 Inge Löök (Two Aunties) 🌸 Funny, cute mouse/mice, rat/rats (me, Year of the 🐀) 🌸 Sendung mit der Maus, Ratatouille (Not Mickey Mouse, please) 🌸🌸 Lufthansa German Airlines (I used to work for them at Bangkok Station.) 🌸 Eggs; Easter eggs; Fabergé eggs; Humty Dumty 🌸 Vintage spoons; Love spoons 🌸 Tea, Tea related 🌸 Snoopy 🌸 Also happy with senders' choices
It would be great if you describe about the view from your window on the back of the postcard. It might be mundane for you but will be very interesting for me. :)