Hi! I’m a second year uni student, I really like what I study but it can get really lonely sometimes. It would be nice to talk about the hard stuff with a penpal, though I also seem to wax poetic about simple stuff like drinking coffee at work in the mornings. I LOVE baking, reading, and being creative - I knit, I’m just teaching myself to sew and I’ve done creative writing a bit in the past. I like over-analysing things for themes, discussing sustainability, and complaining about the minimalist black/white/gray colour palette the fashion world seems to be having atm.
Disclaimer, I am a Christian so if you want to talk about God stuff I’m dead keen, though no pressure. I also just like talking about ~ deep ~ stuff in general so yeah. Hopefully this doesn’t come off as sickeningly pretentious
Preferences: 18 - 26 ish I guess? I’m not too bothered. I’d prefer snail mail for the satisfaction of having a physical letter but I also love instant gratification so email works too
Name: Madeleine Age:
15 going on 16
Hello! I enjoy nature, animals, and spirituality. My spaces are always
scattered with crystals, rocks, plants, and any other little things I
find along the way. I hope to find a penpal in order to help keep up my
creativity and imagination whilst learning about others, where they
live, and what their different cultures are like. I am open to people of
any age, gender, race etc and I’m happy to talk about whatever! Thank
Heya, I really enjoy the art of writing letters. I get a cramp in my hand sometimes but when I take a break for a day or two it’s nice to have this written work that I can share with someone else. I like the idea of hearing about people in other countries. I’m attempting to get more creative with my letter form but currently, all I can master is a border…….. therefore, it’s pretty basic but it’s the content that counts right?! I live in New Zealand. I’m excited by project life, photography, food - eating in general.
Preferences: Preference in age is around the 20 + mark. Gender and Sexuality are open. I would prefer someone who is into snailmail.
Tired and about to fall asleep, my sister and I jolted up as we came across this breathtaking view. Quickly, we hopped out of the car, and naturally, I started taking panoramas to capture the beauty. The South Island of New Zealand is honestly one of the most beautiful places I have been to and I hope I can go back again one day!