first postcard(s) from postfun!

Although it my first incoming from Postfun app, I received 5 postcards at once. ๐Ÿ˜€

These postcards arrived in my mailbox on November 15th. I don’t even understand why I got five while I sent four cards only. Even the fourth card still on the way (hope it will reach its receiver).

But, of course I’m happy! It has been a while since my last incoming on October 30th!

I got 2 from China, 1 from Russia, 1 from UK, and 1 from Malaysia. Funfact, the UK one is from the same person who got my first postcard in Postfun. Also, the Malaysia one is actually Indonesian who live in Malaysia since 7 years ago. XD

I will definitely send another postcard from Postfun. Postfun is worth to try, by the way. โœจ




10 thoughts on “first postcard(s) from postfun!”

  1. It’s beautiful postcard, Rif. Once when I was a child, I wrote postcard too, It called as Idul Fitri celebration, and now I nearly never don’t see this kind of community especially in our country who still sending postcard to each other. Oh I know someone who has hobby to collect and do exchange postcard, she is from Indonesia too, if you want say hi to her I can introduce her with you.

    I wonder, how you can got those postcards from China and Russia? You have an acquaintance there?

    1. Thank you, Mas! It’s good that you had this kind of experience. The first and last time I got Idul Fitri postcard is this year Idul Fitri. I got two from my friends, and I was surprised.

      We do have a community for people who love sending postcards! It called Komunitas Postcrossing Indonesia. The FB group still active. Postcrossing itself is a website that provide us a random address generator to send postcards, and get postcards from random people too. It is the most popular site in this community.

      Oh! I’d be happy if you introduce me to your friend! ๐Ÿ˜€

      No, I don’t have any acquaintance fromโ€•oh, I have one from China. But we aren’t sending postcard; we do snailmail/penpal. Funfact, it’s not that hard to find Chinese in this community. They’re, like, “everywhere”.

      I got those postcards by using Postfun mobile app (similar to Postcrossing). But we can also arrange an exchange with someone from specified country in Instagram.

      โ€•and, here I go again, writing too much in the comment section. ๐Ÿ™ƒ

      1. But now it’s faraway into the barren of hold. I don’t even remember the feel.

        She is blogger too, may be you know her, Nadya Irsalina. I read her blog that she love Postcrossing like you do.

        Oh I see.

        Well, well… you live with full of expression along the words, and it’s very good.

      2. Oh, Nadya Irsalina! I knew her. We’ve been following each other in WordPress. And, yes, as long as I know, she is into this hobby too. ๐Ÿ˜

        Hahaha, thank you, Mas.

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