Friday, May 23, 2014
Dear American Honey readers,
I do believe that there is a link up somewhere in the blog world called Friday letters. If I am mistaken, please forgive me because this Friday I will be writing about my day yesterday though letters. I recently finished the novel Letters From Skye where the whole story is told through letters. I can't help but re-falling in love with the putting your thoughts onto a page (or screen in this case) for others to read.
Author of this Small Blog
Dear Eyeliner I've had Forever,
I know that I had nearly run out of you. I was putting off buying more. I wanted to use you all up and not have any waste. But today you forced me to need to buy more! How dare you break off so you are no longer usable! I did not let this ruin my day though! I guess you had a good life and it was time to say goodbye.
New Eyeliner Purchaser
Dear Favorite Manager at Michaels,
Thank you for taking time out of the busy inventory schedule to help me get my username for the store system yesterday! I was very worried that I had fallen behind in my duty as an employee because I had yet to get my username and document all of the important new employee stuff. You are always so friendly and make me feel at ease even when I'm literally shaking in my shoes! Thanks for being an awesome manager!
Eager New Employee
You didn't know this but I was worried I might have to work during your Bridal Shower. Luckily I have the day off! Can't wait!
Best Friend and Bridesmaid
Dear Jessica Brockmole,
Thank you for writing Letters From Skye. Your book is such a wonderful masterpiece. A love story like none other that I've read. It is an inspiration, love can bloom anywhere. It can span any time. I was touched. I didn't want the book to end.
Dear National Weather Service,
Thank you for sending out text message alerts to severe weather in the area. Without having received that alarming notification, I would have had no clue that there was the possibility of a tornado in my area until the golf ball sized hail and twirling winds hit. I'm glad it was not as severe as you predicted, but I'm still glad for your warning.
I have been missing you since I left to come back home. I am so grateful to have you. Your calm voice, your words of encouragement, you make such a difference in my life even if you are unaware. I don't know what I would do without you. You keep me sane; you keep me dreaming; you let me know I'm loved. No matter how much distance is between us I will always hold your heart, and you will have mine.
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