Being the guarded, somewhat cynical and misanthropic woman that I am, it surprised me when I found myself so happy to receive that first letter. I wasn't sure from the start that I was making a wise decision. After all, it had only been two months since my world had been turned upside down by a cheating husband.
Going to the post office and sliding my key in the lock, I readied myself to find an empty mailbox. My initial letter to him had been kind of cold. Well, cold might be
Updated 01-10-2010 at 04:29 AM by shannonmoore82
I didn't even know I had so many comments on this blog. I guess people really DO read them.
I feel like I have BEGGED for letters as of late. Let's just say I can be very vocal. One never has to GUESS what I'm thinking because I'm pretty straightforward. He knows that the lack of mail has been making me crazy. What he doesn't know is that it could make me walk.
I came on here looking for pen pals to brighten their day and help them pass the time. Ruben and I went
HI Everyone,, I just joined up to this website and looking forward to a PP.. !
Mr P said that being alone doesn’t mean being lonely and Mr A who is agreed with him said that loneliness is being not listened even though you have screamed it out loud. I believe it can be true. So if I follow their statements I can conclude that loneliness is just the symptom and not the disease. What is the cause of this disease? Are peoples really suffering from it? Do they want to be cure? Or is just a simple common phenomenon in this community?
Yesterday when I was gathering
I just joined today and sent email letters to two prisoners. I'm really excited to hear back from them and hope this will be a lifelong learning experiences for me and for them!