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( I am seeking Woman that are not married or in a Relationship ) HI, I'm Birdy. I like cryptozoology,(legendary/ mythical creatures)) the unknown and mystery's But will chat just about... I understand people and I make friends very easier. My first time trying anything like this, but I rather like the idea of speaking to people from all walks of life. I have a young child and I'm a tattoo artist by trade. Well, I'm doing this for the very last time as I'm fed up of thinking I've found the right person to be my penpal, only to find that they have disappeared in a puff of smoke yet again!What's Up, I'm (31) I was married for 10 years, recently divorced three years ago and I haven't had a decent conversation in so long, all I do is work and work and then come home to a dog ( Koby - German shorthair pointer ) I think he's tired of listening to me. I'm always in the mood to philosophize or just good conversation. I am peaceful, understanding, trusting, and comforting. This my first time here, I wish to meet good guys here to start good relationship, share ideas,advise etc . I adore my job, obviously which will lead me to love all things art related.. Well I'm excited to see what this brings about so, please feel free to message me. Either that or they just lead you a merry dance when they have no intention of ever being a penpal, but simply 'collecting' people to scam.if you like to know more about me feel free to ask me anything .if your interested in friendship just message me here and I will Reply.As with all our frames, you can also select one of our backing papers to add an extra special personal touch to your personalised frame or insert your own once you receive the frame!Usually, grandmothers brag about their grandchildren. But in the small Canadian town of Wakefield, it is the other way around."It was almost like spontaneous combustion," said Mrs Geggie, an expat Australian."Suddenly, 10 women appeared."Ten Wakefield grandmothers paired up with 10 South African grandmothers.

if your interested in friendship just message me here and I will Reply. I am Spiritual not religious I am divorced with no kids.... Life is a rainbow, so kick off your shoes and go out and dance in the rain. I enjoy art galleries, hiking, camping, searching caves,flea markets, fairs.

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The grandmothers of Wakefield have started a social movement - the Wakefield Grannies - which has spread across Canada and halfway around the world to Africa.

It began on a summer night in 2004, when a South African nurse visiting Wakefield gave a talk at the local church hall.

if your interested in friendship just message me here and I will Reply. I am Spiritual not religious I am divorced with no kids.... Life is a rainbow, so kick off your shoes and go out and dance in the rain. I enjoy art galleries, hiking, camping, searching caves,flea markets, fairs.

Taking advantage of these free resources will give you a better understanding of your financial situation now and can help you prepare for the future.

TD Canada Trust – Retirement Savings Calculator RBC Royal Bank – Your Caregiver Planner™ You don’t need to be a customer of either banking institution in order to use these tools, but you may want to check your own bank to see if they offer similar services.

The grandmothers of Wakefield have started a social movement - the Wakefield Grannies - which has spread across Canada and halfway around the world to Africa.

It began on a summer night in 2004, when a South African nurse visiting Wakefield gave a talk at the local church hall.

The movement began during the worst of the AIDS epidemic, when fear and stigma ran deep in the townships of Johannesburg.