My name is Zac, thirty-three — though some mistake me as older, and I am serving a life sentence for murder. I am looking for a female epistolary friendship. Someone that is willing to share their tme, thoughts, memories, and their dreams and aspirations for the future. Someone willing to take a chance to find a new friend in the strangest of places. A little tid-bit about me: I have a grey-tiger cat, she is two and a half years old, spoiled if I say so myself. I am an avid writer, it is somewhat of a long time hobby. My writing style is inspired by life and a desire to achieve at least half of one my family members have. I study foreign languages in my spare time, help people prepare for their GED, and instruct classes on various subjects, and participate in community service projects; as I did out there. I enjoy listening to different types of music, long motorcycle rides, walks in the park or in the night air, and reminiscing on memories of the past and talking of the possibilities of the future. I also enjoy listening to wildlife and talking all night. These things may be hard to do now, however I have a very vivid imagination and memories that none the less allow possibilities. I suppose that I could sum myself up as easy going and down to earth, it may be a word overused but out closely resembles how easy and nice conversations and spending time with me is like. I’m the kind of man that you can share your past or feelings with and know you’re not being judged. As the old saying goes, “ you can never have too many friends.” My late grandmother always told me, “...true friends that you never knew you needed, you will meet unconventionally, in times and places that you never imagined, so long as you do not dismiss it.” Well, if you have read this far, why not send a quick message? You might find a friend you never even knew you needed....(more)
05 Apr 1985
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