Date Joined: November 15, 2013
Last Online: July 7, 2021
Birthday: September 17, 1970
My name is Eugenie. I was born in Czech Republic, but with open borders in Europe I found my love in The Netherlands. So I'm 25 years married to lovely Dutchman.I'm 50 y.o., mum of two great boys.
I'm graduates on Agriculture University in Praag. But I couldn't find a job on my specialisation here. Now I work already 14 years in public library.
I can speak English, Dutch, Czech and Russian.
I have a lot of hobbies - walking in nature, yoga, music, piano, handworks (kniting, making card and mandala's), collecting teawrappers and pocket calenders. You can see some of my works at my website.
I'm a optimist, nature cleaner. What I mean with this? It's terrible to see how much trash you see everywhere in our village and outside village. Well, I'm probably crazy, but almost every time when I walk with our dog, I take some old bag with me and pick up some trash to put it in public carbage can.
Johan Sebastian Bach, Scarlatti, W.A.Mozart, Antonin Dvorak
Jarek Nohavica, Czech folk (Nedvedi, Spiritual Kvintet), Enya, Clanad
I don't like coffie. I just drink liters of tea everyday. My favourit is green tea with lemon. But honeybush or rooibos, earl grey, darjeeling black tea of white tea are ok too. For swap is all kind of tea welcome. Please don't stick anything (tape and such) to the tea bags, I keep them for my collection.I have already more than 25 000 different tea wrappers in my collection, from a lot of countries over the world.
Books are my great hobby. I like to read trillers (Scandinavien writers are very good) of spiritual or psychological books (some books of Paul Coelho are my favourit) , no romantic or chick-list.
I send all swaps on time. If you don't receive my sending, just let me know and I try to send other one. Please, if you receive my swap, it will be great give rating on time.
DON'T LET THE WORLD CHANGE YOUR SMILE, LET YOUR SMILE CHANGE THE WORLD.
Our smile is cheapest present we can give each other. Do that, every day!