Another Postcard from Finland

There are currently 195 Countries recognised by the United Nations, and I hope to collect a postcard from each and every one of them. Getting a postcard from certain countries will be difficult I am sure, but I do like a challenge. I am doing this using my Interpals Profile and the Postcrossing website. I hope to have exchanges with lots of people and gain some insight into different cultures and backgrounds.

Thank you Nina for this lovely postcard, the flowers are called Hepatica and apparently are the first flowers to bloom in Finland. They are pretty but I can’t help but be reminded that I will soon be at the mercy of the pollen and hayfever season! Since I already have a postcard from Finland, this one is not included in my overall count to 195 cards.

Another Postcard from Finland

There are currently 195 Countries recognised by the United Nations, and I hope to collect a postcard from each and every one of them. Getting a postcard from certain countries will be difficult I am sure, but I do like a challenge. I am doing this using my Interpals Profile and the Postcrossing website. I hope to have exchanges with lots of people and gain some insight into different cultures and backgrounds.

It has been almost a year since I last received a postcard from Finland so this was a nice surprise. The fresh fruit looks so tasty, makes me quite hungry! Thank you for the card Iris! Since I already have a postcard from Finland, this one is not included in my overall count to 195 cards.

Postcard from Finland

There are currently 195 Countries recognised by the United Nations, and I hope to collect a postcard from each and every one of them. Getting a postcard from certain countries will be difficult I am sure, but I do like a challenge. I am doing this using my Interpals Profile and the Postcrossing website. I hope to have exchanges with lots of people and gain some insight into different cultures and backgrounds.

My first postcard from Finland! Thank you Tiia, the life you have sounds so idilic, living in the middle of the countryside with your family, your dogs and your bunnies. I’m envious! Postcard #22.