My name is Vijolė. I'm 19 years old girl from Lithuania. I live in Lithuania's second largest city - Kaunas
I really like reading books. Some of my favorite books are: "Harry Potter", "The Hunger Games", I really like listening music. My favorite music genres are Rock and K-pop. I like watching anime.
I can do SNAIL MAIL. :)
Hobbies:reading, writing, walking in nature, listening to music, exploring... Penpal message / wishes: Hello!
So instead of scrolling endlessly through the ads, skipping some outright, stopping a bit longer by the others, writing and often failing to receive an answer, I paused and thought: perhaps somewhere, far far away or wonderfully close, there is a person just like me, scrolling through the ads in search for a friend. Perhaps we have aligning interests and perhaps we'd get along just splendidly. However, we might never make contact if neither of us puts up an ad. So yes, you, the person scrolling through the ads, no matter whether it's your first time on this site or the 99th, whether you're from Iceland or Tanzania, Canada or Guyana, I invite you to write me a letter. Well, an e-mail, to be more precise (we could move to paper letters later on).
I don't want to go too much into my interests right now as theoretically we should have plenty of letters to discuss them, but to say it briefly... I guess I'm not too much into pop culture. When I watch films, I prefer old films (a film made in 1997? That's new for me!). When I listen to music, I don't stick to one genre, but it usually isn't pop (to list just a few, I like The Doors, Pink Floyd, The Dø, Red Hot Chili Peppers, LP, Depeche Mode, Muse, Of Monsters And Men, Queen). When I read (and I read a lot!), I jump through epochs, genres and authors. For example, out of the 5 books I read last, one was about science, one was a classic realist novel, one consisted of short postmodernist stories, one was a fantasy and one science-fiction. Yeah. I write too, sometimes bits of poetry, sometimes short stories, and I'd love to discuss literature with you, stranger. As well as philosophy, art, psychology, our world and our lives, basically, anything and everything.
I'll also say that I'm taken so I'm not looking for romance, "sexy chats" or anything of the sort. And I won't give you money, no matter how broke you are. I'd like you to be from 18 to 30, that is, around my age (I'm 21). And do try to write at least a few sentences when you first contact me. So then, see you, stranger!
Penpal message / wishes: If love is the only thing that we can all find peace in, then why can’t it be permanent? Why do we want to run away from love? Why do we want to create obstacles for only thing that gives us fulfillment when nothing else does? I know it effects all of us, no matter how rotten someone is, to the core, to the deepest corners of the soul. Love can get there no matter what. And when you don’t have love nothing else seems to matter. You might want to ignore that and pretend that you’re fine by yourself, without anyone else but you know that not to be true. Connecting to total stranger brings you totally out of your comfort zone yet it’s something that you desire the most. Giving up control and letting yourself go into unknown horizons. Sometimes no one really wants to share this feeling with you and then you just feel empty without any purpose. Your mind tells you that it’s nothing to be surprised of, after all, why would a stranger want to be a part of your life and give a part of his life to you? It’s not that you’re doing something wrong. You just haven’t met the right person yet. It this modern age where everything feels so disconnected from reality, having a real connection with someone is something to be desired. Even if your friends and family feel so far away from you, both physically and spiritually, an idea of having a total stranger close to you is something that actually gives you hope for once. Of course, sometimes it doesn’t work out. Then you’re left with a biggest wound that anyone can possibly get – memories of something that will never happen again, but it only hurts so much because there’s a person in those memories, a person that was close to you yet now is so far away. That person likely moved on and cursed you with all possible words. Thinking about this makes the pain simply unbearable, yet there’s nothing you can do besides waiting for memories to sink into your head and became endless like time. If they just get stuck into your mind, eventually you will move on, occasionally coming back to those moments. Sometimes you even let yourself to think that not everything is lost, and that person will come back to you, but you know it will not happen. The constant lies that you tell yourself is the only thing that keeps you somehow going in the pointless existence and fills in the void in your soul. Eventually you just totally lose yourself and stop caring about anything that’s going on with the world and especially with your life. Oh, there’s so much you will give away to be able to relive one of those memories, even for a few seconds but it all comes down to the question: are you really so empty that only presence of someone else in your life can give you a purpose?