🍁А вы любите Осень?⠀
Лично меня она завораживает своими красками, уютными вечерами и кофтами.⠀
Нарисовала вам милого котика с кружечкой ароматного напитка. Сидит на грибочке и наслаждается жизнью.🍄
im sorry for being terrible at posting ;_____; i decided to try out something a little different this time! -
id like to thank @stickiiclub for sending me some stickers to use in my journal! i decided to go with the “all about bread” pack in the retro collection and my heart skipped a beat when i opened the package — it included so much ;-; from my perspective, the stickers were all very high quality - although thin and fragile - there was a huge variety to choose from!
Whew! Broke my outgoing PR today! Haha! 🙌🏼
15 #Outgoing Mail have been sent out!!! ❤️
May they travel safely across the oceans, and find their way to you! ☺️
Attention family, friends, writers, pen pals and anybody who is caring enough to send a sweet message. This is my brothers address. He’s requesting that someone writes him. Close family, friends, literally anyone who wants to take the time to type, write, and send a letter to him, would mean the absolute world to him and myself. Please reach out to him if you can. He can explain how you can send pics if you choose to do so. Just hearing from you once would make his entire year for him. Also if you don’t know him personally and just wanna be a friend and say hi I really hope you will. He would seriously love that. Say his sister Hannah sent you ;) It’s been a long time for him now. Counting down the days until 2023. 😪Thanks and god bless. @beckycosby #penpal#writer#friends#please#letterstoaninmate#mybrother#family#writeme#writeafriend#sendlove#holidays#cards#love#freindship#missyou
Rayce C. Benfield #AU8435
LAC-CSP-C5 206 UP
P.O. BOX 4610
Lancaster, CA 93539
Letters to a friend
I really do love receiving and sending letters because I find it expedient to escape from the pervasiveness of social media (it's ironical considering where I am posting this), from time to time.
There's just something about giving life to your words - knowing that every stroke of your pen is but a step towards creating the final masterpiece. Far beyond trying to cater to the numerous audience on social media, your summoning is catered to a sole reader. Sending these letters via snail mail means it's immune to the rapidity with which we communicate these days, where hundreds of words are churned per second. Plus the compulsion and mindlessness that come with those.
The wait is even more glorious as you know that the other person at the other end would replicate the same practice in sending you a response. What a glorious cycle indeed!
So, here's dedicated to those friends with the shared interests of epistolary proportions. Thank you for filling me up! And thank you for keeping me expectant whenever I open my mailbox.
PS: do y'all still do pen pals? Let me know in the comment section below.
I am participating in the Release 3 Campaign for #compassioninternational . I have been sent 3 packets for children in need of sponsorship, and will post their pictures in the comment section. Please watch the short video as well. Can you find it your heart to sponsor these children before their next birthday???? What a gift that would be!! ❤🎁Only $38 a month, will release these children from poverty, and give them loving and hopeful lives in Jesus Christ 🙏❤. If you are interested in helping, I can send you the information for that child. Look at their sweet faces!
I have sponsored with Compassion International for 4.5 years and love communicating with my sponsor child. It's so rewarding and brings a lot of joy to my life! 💗💗💗
Dear Feather + Wolves Tribe,
When I was in college I was blessed to have the opportunity to travel to Africa and teach disabled children for three short months. One of the hardest thing I ever did in life was say good-bye to my students. It was only a summer out of my life but left a lifetime impression on me and is a huge part of who I am today.
After having my own family, I started to think back to these life changing opportunities and asked myself...how can I offer the same experiences to my own kids...is there a way to connect at the soul level remotely from our own communities?
This question has led us to the creation of our Pen Pal Program.
We are connecting children around the world through the forgotten art of letter writing. A small yet impactful way to unite, connect, build compassion, empathy, understanding, acceptance and curiosity, one letter at a time.
If you are interested in participating in the program or know of a school / tribe who wants to get involved, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are open to any and all countries!
Website coming. We will be sharing more details soon!
Travel. Connect. Unite 🙏🌎🙏
Photo credit 📷: Vicki Bassing...an inspirational lady @marindancetheatremdt who flew to Uganda for 3 weeks to teach the art of dance to over 200 children in a remote village. The day Vicki left, the children thanked her for “making them feel important”. What greater gift to give someone than to let them know, they matter. ❤️
I love this pen!
Where are my fellow writers at? Who understand that feeling of putting a pen to paper and having your thoughts glide out of your hand onto the paper?! No interruptions, no frustrations of stopping and starting, of feeling like you can't write fast enough.
I'm realizing even more which pens I need to toss! I knew they were annoying, but having this comparison...there ain't no way!