Courtney Dunkin

Courtney Dunkin

Earliest Release: 2034 Age : 36 Birthday: Nov 15, 1978 Sexual Preference: BiSexual Relationship Status: Single Looking For: Friendship, A Relationship, Legal Help, Donations My Religion: Non Denominational Highest Level of Education: College Hometown: Grapevine TX

Earliest Release: 2034
Birthday: Nov 15, 1978
Hometown: Grapevine TX

I got into trouble when I was 15 years old and have been incarcerated ever since. I’m appealing my case, but, with no family to support or inspire me, the road before me presents a lonely journey. I would love to have someone to talk to who is sincere, who believes in rehabilitation and positive growth. I seek genuine, stimulating friendships to have motivating and thought-provoking conversations with, without the necessity of pretense or games.

I’m outgoing, optimistic, ambitious and understanding with an excellent sense of humor. I have a sensual, passionate spirit with an unrestrained ardor and drive for life, love, and friendships. I’m fiercely loyal, dependable and compassionate, maintaining a positive attitude knowing that mistakes in life can become valuable lessons to future growth.

I’m down to earth, a voracious reader with very diverse tastes; painting, poetry, drawing, the arts, music, animals, science and culinary arts all interest me. I love to have good-hearted fun in general; anything involving water/the outdoors, wildlife, concerts, museums and travel all spark my interest. I have an unquenchable thirst for learning new things.

I long to meet someone with mutual desires and aspirations who share the same outlook on life. I also seek encouraging and supportive friendships who can sympathize with a lonely soul who is down on her luck; someone who can help find the light in a dark situation.

Yes, I have made mistakes; my address speaks for itself, but my soul speaks volumes. First you must take the time to listen and get to know me — heart, character and spirit.

An old poet said it best: “Lost, yesterday, somewhere between sunrise and sunset, two golden hours, each set with sixty diamond minutes. No reward is offered, for they are gone forever.”

Time is wasting: write me soon.

Here’s one last thought for the day: “Life is too short to wake up with regrets, so love the people who treat you right. Forget the ones who don’t. Believe that everything happens for a reason. If you get a chance, take it. If it changes your life, let it. Nobody said life would be easy, they just promised it would most likely be worth it.”

One comment on “Courtney Dunkin
  1. Mark Phelps says:

    Hello, liked your introduction. Hope you are doing well.

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