Postcrossing - Incoming to June 28, 2013

To June 28, 2013

I'm getting behind and a new wave of cards has just started arriving so I thought I should write a few words about this group of cards.  Some interesting ones here.  Come and see!

Sindy in Taiwan sent this card to me, and says that it shows many of Taiwan's foods.  She says they are soooo delicious.  When I was in Taiwan, I hardly had any of their national food.  I'm quite disappointed in myself.


Christy sent this card from Arizona in the US and says that she loves old B&W movies, especially musicals. She says that Shirley Temple is one of her favourites.  
Will Rogers (1879-1935)

Irine sent this interesting card from the Ukraine.  She says that she lives in Lviv and likes travelling and knitting.  She has a red cat that she loves very much.  

Ulike sent this card from Germany.  She writes that her sons and her husband like thrillers and action movies the most, but she doesn't like them.  She loves Shakespeare in Love and The Fabulous Destiny of Amelie Poulain.  I like them too, but I also love action films!
Auguste Renoir, 1841-1919 The Afternoon of the Children, 1884 

Dmitriy sent this card from Russia and writes "Hello!" Unfortunately, I can't read it, so can't tell you anything about the card.

YehYeh sent this great card from Hong Kong and was quite chatty on the back.  It makes a lovely change.  She wrote that she loves travelling and plans to travel a lot during the summer.  

She watches movies, but seldom remembers them afterwards.  The most recent one she watched was Iron Man 3. She likes watching heroes or robots like Batman, Transformers or Spiderman.  She likes watching anime like Totoro too, as children's movies are her favourites.
Fireworks over Victoria Harbour

There you are.  Six great cards from Europe, Asia and the USA.  Which one do you like the most this time?  I quite like the black silhouette one, but they are all good this time.  

Until next time!


Crafty Tokyo Mama said...

I like the Renoir the best this time.

Helen said...

The Renoir is lovely! I found it quite hard to choose a favourite...I keep changing my mind about them. :-)