They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
we will remember them.
Lest we forget.
Just wanted to share my story with u guys
I wanted to give an inmate some joy in life by me writing him a letter about the world on the outside.This penpal got close to me and in December i got on a - plane in Denmark and I went to visit him at the boyd unit in texas, I stayed at his parents house for 3 weeks and I fell in love with him and he did in me. He purposed and this may me and my son are moving to texas to get and we are getting married. ...maybe but I feel after having
Well, at first I thought it was just one of my PP's then the other one wrote and she didn't get the initial email either. Which both should have been sent out from WAP almost a month ago. No matter how they mailed it to them, it shouldn't have took this long. Any other experiences from anyone else?
In December 2011 I watched a documentry on US prisons. I decided to write to a prisoner, chose a prisoner who was jhaving a birthday on that day. A month went by with no reply but then I received the moste appreciative letter I had ever received followed by a card that made me cry.
I am not sorry that I started writing to my PP. In so many ways he has changed my life. The mail service between South Africa and the US take on average 2 to 4 weeks. I wait in antispation all the time.
[QUOTE=bekas425;1053271]So i just wanted to share this with you all. I was watching lock up last night and there was this one guy they were talking to and he said he can deal with the gangs, the drugs, the bullsh*it, etc. and they said whats the hardest thing in here you deal with and he got really calm and said, when theres a mail call and everyone is standing outside there cell and ppl get called every week and i have nothing. He then went on to saying how he and his "brothers" worst