Hello fellow pen-pals
First, please excuse my spelling and grammer. I am, as you might have guessed, from Denmark and English is not my native language. Of course having an American pen-pal helps, but I still make a few mistakes.
I have read most of the blogs here, and also some of the forum posts, and now I've decided to join myself. I haven't been writing my pen-pal for more than 5 months, but I already feel like he has become a big part of my life. It has been
hi, im very new to this, iv been writing to my pp for a good few months now, he is in california,im in england,im enjoying this experience and hopefully so is he, he has never asked me for anything in all these months,except understanding and friendship, i think he is amazing!! i would like to send him some stamps to help with the cost of postage for him, iv asked around my area and theres nothing i can get from here in england, does anyone know how i can send him american stamps,either direct to
You Changed My Life
From the moment I looked up and saw your frame, you changed my life. When I looked into your eyes for the first time, you changed my life. When I wrapped my arms around your neck you changed my life. With every smile you change my life. With every kiss, and every breathe, you have changed my life. To hear you laugh, to kiss your tears, you changed my life. The shape of your arms, the tilt of your head, From our first disagreement, you change my life. With
I have been waiting my whole life for my king.
Now you are here and being in your royal embrace
has me feeling a way I have never felt.
I can walk in safety and grace, because I belong to you.
God has been preparing me for such a time as this.
I am prepared for you my king, I will be the queen
you have been praying for. People around you shall call you blessed.
Together we shall rule the world and make it a better place.
In this world people are held prisoner in many different ways. There are individuals who are prisoners of their fears, complexes, limitations, bad relationships, and/or addictions. There are those who are prisoners of thee need to have “more”; more money, propearty, power, fame, sex, etc.. Oh, but that’s not all! There are still people who are prisoners of the taboos, beliefs, or customs of the cultures where they were born/raised. Then there is my type: those who are prisoners of flaws in the legal