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amish pen pal

I am looking for an almish pen pal.

Must be a girl age 18-25 perfured.

I am 24 and I live in Fort wayne, IN. 

If you can find one for me in Grabil, IN that would be wonderful.

 

Thanks,

Robin 


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Re: amish pen pal

"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift... that's why they call it the present."

When you do a Google search for "Amish Pen Pal", one of the first links they give you is to this website, to a post from long-ago from someone looking for an Amish pen pal.  Often, new board readers or people just stopping by will post similar requests.  Kevin posted a very well-written entry a while back that addressed the issue of Amish penpals.  Please read it if you haven't already:  http://www.oasisnewsfeatures.com/new/node/645

The likelihood of finding an Amish pen pal isn't really that good (unless you become friends with an Amish person and strike up a friendship that way). 

Re: almish pen pal

sorry about the double post.  it seems I had a glitch in sending it

Re: almish pen pal

I think it would be wonderful to have an Amish pen pal.  When I was in high school I had a girlfriend who moved away and we would write back and forth all the time.  I think that not enough people write to each other anymore due to the internet.  It is more personal getting a letter that was hand written and sort of more personal.  I don't know if the Amish would write to an outsider but for me any penpal would be great.

Re: almish pen pal

I think it would be wonderful to have an Amish pen pal.  When I was in high school I had a girlfriend who moved away and we would write back and forth all the time.  I think that not enough people write to each other anymore due to the internet.  It is more personal getting a letter that was hand written and sort of more personal.  I don't know if the Amish would write to an outsider but for me any penpal would be great.

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