Friday, March 2, 2012

30 Letters

In order to write more and to allow all two of my readers to get to know me better, I am doing one of those gimmicky bloggy prompt thingies, albeit a fun and thought-provoking gimmicky bloggy prompt thingy. I first came across the 30 Letters project on this lovely lady's blog, and liked it so much that I thought I would try it (although it's been well over a year and I'm just getting around to doing it, but hey, you wouldn't have known better anyway). There isn't much to it, other than writing 30 letters to the following people or groups of people:

Day 1 — your best friend

Day 2 — your crush

Day 3 — your parents

Day 4 — your sibling

Day 5 — your dreams

Day 6 — a stranger

Day 7 — your Ex-boyfriend/girlfriend/love/crush

Day 8 — your favorite internet friend

Day 9 — someone you wish you could meet

Day 10 — someone you don’t talk to as much as you’d like to

Day 11 — a deceased person you wish you could talk to

Day 12 — the person you hate most/caused you a lot of pain

Day 13 — someone you wish could forgive you

Day 14 — someone you’ve drifted away from

Day 15 — the person you miss the most

Day 16 — someone that’s not in your state/country

Day 17 — someone from your childhood

Day 18 — the person that you wish you could be

Day 19 — someone that pesters your mind—good or bad

Day 20 — the one that broke your heart the hardest

Day 21 — someone you judged by their first impression

Day 22 — someone you want to give a second chance to

Day 23 — the last person you kissed

Day 24 — the person that gave you your favorite memory

Day 25 — the person you know that is going through the worst of times

Day 26 — the last person you made a pinky promise to

Day 27 — the friendliest person you knew for only one day

Day 28 — someone that changed your life

Day 29 — the person that you want tell everything to, but too afraid to

Day 30 — your reflection in the mirror

Get excited.

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