“No matter where I might be I am thinking of you, therefore I am sending you this postcard” – that’s what the postcard is for me. And I believe for my 22 years long life I have sent over 200 postcards from around the world to dozens of people. How cool is that to be in Europe and receive a postcard from Virgin Islands or Costa Rica?
Two days ago I received a Christmas postcard from my high school fellow and it indeed brought back all the wonderful memories of my gap year journey. It is not only about where do you travel, but mostly how you remember that place. World is a magical place with so many secrets to explore, so keep on going and never stop!
Right now I am stretched between UK and USA, and will remain being in-between for couple of months more. If you would like to receive a postcard from me – with the biggest pleasure I will send a reason to smile to you! Let me know, facebook me (Alisa Sibrova) or let me know by dropping an email at email@example.com
Below you will find showcase consisting of postcards from my own collection from the places that I have been to. Enjoy!
I do enjoy writing but I can’t say I am particularly great at it. Well, maybe I am (NOT), but my humble bone keeps me going and thriving for perfection. Anyway, truth is – you won’t know until you try. Here you will find some short stories I have written over past few months. … Continue reading My short stories
As I am treating myself with another spoon full of vanilla-pecan-chocolate chip ice-cream, home made by the way, I realized that having no plan can be a pretty good plan on its own. Not to mention how bizarre and bonkers it can get! Well, I might be slightly exaggerating. With one of the … Continue reading Twisted 2014 or Happy New Year!
With NaNoWriMo out of the way I finally have some time to create. For sure, there is still a long way to go with my novel: proof-reading and editing. But at least now I can get back to the things I enjoy as much as writing: creating art. Okay, I meant to do another … Continue reading Late night art: The Bouquet
For days it is the first time ever that I have seen it rain in Nevada. No doubt, after spending almost a year in rainy England it reminds me of the city of my heart – Manchester. All the good times that I had, all the friends that I’ve made, all the life lessons … Continue reading The city of my heart
I must admit: nostalgia is not my element. But, surprisingly for myself, today I was all about it. I was going through old journals and diaries (who does not have them?!), postcards and what not. Finally I found a box with fridge magnets, carefully collected from all over the world. I swear, I … Continue reading I was here: everywhere