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Category Archives: Friday letters.
Dear online bulb retailer: I love watching my bulbs come up in the spring, watching them grow taller, bud, and bloom. It is one of everyone’s favorite signs of spring — first the croci, then the daffs, eventually the tulips. … Continue reading
photo credit: DSC00807 via photopin (license) Dear People Who Set Off Lots Of Really, Really Loud Fireworks Last Saturday Night, I am so pleased that you had a good time on the Fourth and hope that you all survived … Continue reading
photo credit: Vintage stationary, old letters, stacks of old stamps and an antique pen via photopin (license) Dear Bears Who Live In The Woods Nearby, We love that you share your woods with us. Your presence reminds of Nature in … Continue reading
photo credit: What it's like to be old via photopin (license) Dear Misha, You were a shelter dog in Ohio who was 24 hours away from being put down as unadoptable when a rescue organization swooped in to whisk you … Continue reading
photo credit: 30.01.2012 – Letters via photopin (license) Dear Lenny, Thank you for all the work you have done on our cars over the years, and thank you for your very reasonable prices. Along with having a good doctor, dentist, … Continue reading
photo credit: What it's like to be old via photopin (license) Dear Keith and Mike and The Other Guy Whose Name I Do Not Know, Thank you for coming so swiftly to save my husband's life on Sunday. I … Continue reading
photo credit: letters via photopin (license) Dear Public Television Station We Watch All The Time, I'm glad you intend to bring back The Last of the Summer Wine. While you may not understand its popularity (especially if … Continue reading
photo credit: via photopin (license) Dear Mother Nature, Thank you for holding off on that winter storm/blizzard/ice thing last Monday until we got home from South Dakota. The 5" of snow we got the next day was delightful — excellent … Continue reading
Dear Self, Your stated intent for this year was to step back from your volunteer activities to free up some time for yourself. How are you doing on that? Not as well as you might be, right? It's time … Continue reading