Nov 12 from Monika
Monika is a nurse in Germany who loves to sing in a Gospel choir. Monika’s granddaughter lives in San Diego and her favorite trip is to visit her there.
Oct 21 from Natalya
Natalya is from Belarus, but she sent me this postcard from Azerbaijan. She was there to visit her husband who worked there for a movie at the time. She is a film crew manager and three people in her family also work in film industry. I imagine they must be traveling a lot.
Oct 27 from Mariann
My first postcard from Hungary!
Mariann lives with her husband and 3-year-old daughter in Veresegykaz, which is in the outskirts of Budapest. She recommends me one of her favorite books: Cinder of Marissa Meyer.
Speaking of Budapest, have you guys watched the movie “The Grand Budapest Hotel”? I love it! It’s funny and beautiful and a little bit sad. Critics Choice Awards announced their nominations yesterday, and this movie got 8 nominations.
Oct 29 from Valentine
Valentine said this is a postcard of Olympic Sochi. There’s a long article in Russian printed on the backside. I can’t read it. The title is “река мзымта”, it means “River Mzimta”.
Oct 22 from Kate
Kate lives in far east of Russia. She has a cat Lisa and a dog Kuzma. She loves the music of Andrei Gubin, a Russian singer, but unfortunately he no longer performs on stage.
The portrait on the stamp is Georgy Flyorov, a Russian nuclear physicist.
So, let’s enjoy some Russian music, shall we?
from Ludmila of Kiev
Ludmila recommended me some of her favorite books!
here is the list:
“East of Eden” by John Steinbeck
“Chocolat” by Joanne Harris
“Father Brown” by G.K.Chesterton
And she loves drama series like “Castle”, “Elementary”, and “Pride and Prejudice(1995)”. I’ve only watch P&P and it’s also one of my favorites!
Oct 25 from Julia
Julia is a 21-year-old Russia girl. She is new to postcrossing and full of excitement of it. Her passionate words reminded me of how happy I was when I got my first postcard of postcrossing! It’s from French. It’s not one of my favorites but it meant a lot to me!