Just Want To Make Sure I Have All My T's Crossed And I's Dotted.
So I Will Be (Hopefully) Pen-Pal With Inmates. There Is Two That I've Already Picked Out. One Is Ten Years Older Than Me And The Other Is Five Years Older Than Me.
I'm Now Starting To Wonder If Me And The Younger One Will Have Enough In Common To Keep Up A Correspondence
Anyways, I'm Just Blogging To Write A Check List With Everything I Need To Start Writing.
1. Paper (Done)
This is ESPECIALLY for those of you that live outside of the US. This is a very good way to make the calls cheaper for your penpal(s)!
If your pp is in a federal prison, you can buy a local number on skype.Online Number - Online Business Number with Voicemail - Skype You then pick a town that's nearest his or the actual town he's in. It's like 15 pounds/euros for 3 months (also available for a year).
Updated 12-21-2011 at 10:51 PM by queenbella
I am new hear and just would like to write PP, how do I go about finding someone who needs one.
Thanks again Geri Ann
Hi guys, I have finally decided to join on the fourm. Although I have been writing to one of my PP for about two months.
I currently have written to three PP. The one I started with has written back. The other two haven't yet but it hasn't been that long and I have no way of knowing if they have written. Anyway, I'm in Canada and we are currently on a post office strike. I can't recieve or send mail at all. I don't want any of my PP to feel like I've forgotten about them. I'm not sure
Updated 06-20-2011 at 11:13 AM by inkxpencil
So many times people have asked me. "why write to prisoners" I guess that at some point this is something that has been asked of each and every one of us. I guess it all started for me when I started to watch documentaries on prisons, I guess you can say that I was some what colour blind to what actually went on inside a prison, how the people inside could lose contact with friends and family and feel so alone. I started to research it all quite a lot, and found that many prisoners lose