I am not unlike everyone else here, I am in my early twenties.I have known my sexuality since I was 16 though memeries of my lust go back further. Writing a story/poem is a nice way to get our imagination going and it is free speech. Don't expect bad language in my work, I never liked it.All my work will be romantic because I want to show the better side of us.If you like email me at [email protected] you want to use my work for any purpose. My stories are about little girls and their loves (mostly).If there was something you wanted to happen differently, replay it in your mind the way you wanted it to go.As you fall asleep, say, I will sleep deeply and wake up full of energy.This sexy blonde invites her two best friends forever to a sleepover and the girls have a great time, partying, talking, playing around and stuff.
The approved Traffic Training Colleges are listed below: The public should note that there are numerous training providers who claim that they can train Traffic Officers and issue certificates with which a person can be registered and be employed as Traffic Officers.In 2011 the first 244 Traffic Officers were trained in a one year full qualification which is registered with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).The qualification, Further Education and Training Certificate (FETC): Road Traffic Law Enforcement ID 62289 was registered on the National Qualifications Framework – Level 4 with 142 credits and is now the minimum standard for the training of Traffic Officers.Only the relevant certificates obtained from the above mentioned 13 Colleges can currently be used to register a Traffic Officer in terms of the National Road Traffic Act (NRTA).Prospective learners at these 13 Colleges must also be aware that the Local or Provincial Authorities normally pay the training fees directly to the College electronically.