I apologize most sincerely for my tardiness in responding to your friend request. I accept. In regards to becoming a pen pal, as much as I would enjoy it, I fear I would be a poor correspondent, indeed. I cannot…"
I am glad to see that you are in good spirits, but I am a touch confused by the tone of your message. I have heard nothing from you since May, and assumed that Life had simply gotten in the way. I had mentioned no names as a…"
"Dearest Mr. Blackrose - I regret that I have failed you as a penpal, and that you wish to correspond with another. May I wish you the best of luck in finding someone that you are able to be more patient with. Ms. Westinghouse"
I have a love for the written word, and the hand crafted letter. Sadly all persons who I had begun correspondence with have fallen away for unknown reasons so I am once again seeking someone to write with.A bit about me: I am a merchant and traveler with a bit of a tinker thrown in for good measure. All I seek is someone that will correspond on a regular basis via hand written letters, cards, or notes. The letters would be written from within your persona, as will mine.Anyone who has interest…See More
"the framework is completed and I will be applying the "skin" soon, then will be able to post pictures.
Current working name is "Thought Seraphim" have not really decided on the final claiming for her yet."
I apologize most sincerely for my tardiness in responding to your friend request. I accept. In regards to becoming a pen pal, as much as I would enjoy it, I fear I would be a poor correspondent, indeed. I cannot even keep up with my current correspondence and I fear taking on anymore would be detrimental to both parties. Perhaps when things slow down, I will message you and we may begin. Until then, good wishes to you and yours.
Many apologies for the long-overdue reply! I would certainly be interested in initiating a correspondence with you, if you'll have my letters! Please send me a PM and let me know if you're still interested and we can work out the details!
I have read your posting in the "Old Fashioned Pen Pals" group; have you still an interest, and not been inundated with replies, it would be a pleasure to exchange written correspondence with you. Reading of your adventures would no doubt be thrilling, as I long to travel, however being a student (and covert inventor) time does not permit it.
Yes, please do sir, as I would most definitely like to see your photography!
Although I am not very good with a camera, I do appreciate those who are, and very much the art in general from Daguerreotypes and onward. Of course the camera did, however, put many a traditional artist out of business, but in light also allowed everyone to own likenesses of themselves, their loved ones and the world in general ;-)
I am in Waco. Might be be able to work out a meeting. Where do you do your photography? I am also a photographer, although I've been dormant for about a decade and am just now getting back into it. Lost all my equipment in a fire and couldn't afford to replace it at the same time I was making a career change (journalist/photographer> grad student > college instructor). Check out my livejournal page at http://prof-steampunk.livejournal.com/ and scroll back to previous journal entries. Have a great shot of Lady Artamiss painting my trunk. Want to take more along that line, but in steampunk attire.