Dearest L, ⠀⠀ My days are quite long and the nights are longer here. I miss the ocean and the
I’m impressed. You made it all the way to 34 without killing anyone. You included. It sure wasn’t easy, but you pulled through it all. You were always a late bloomer which I know bothered you a lot at the time. If you’re going to get everything you wanted, does it matter when? It could have been much easier for you had you known what I know now.
Did you ever feel like crying over something silly and couldn’t explain it? Did it make you feel even worse that something so insignificant got to you? Is it just you over-reacting or is it actually deeper than you think it is?
We’re all familiar with this scene – a group of girls exchanging glances when a girl walks in dressed in a ‘not-really-in’ outfit or anything they do not ‘approve’ of. The girl is immediately ignored and looked down upon. They don’t need to talk to her or get to know her because she’s already deemed to be ‘unfit’ for their company.
How often do you lose control over your temptations? Would you say your most irresistible temptation is food? attention? relationships? or all three of them? This is not me trying to help you fight your addictions; it’s the complete opposite actually.
Looking back on 2018, I can say it was a good year. I learned so much about life, people, relationships, friendships, priorities and most of all about myself. I listed below the lessons that touched me the most and that will help me make 2019 an exceptional year.
Dear S, ⠀⠀ I’m recreating these memories whenever I can. I go to our cafe by the ocean and I
Dearest L, ⠀⠀ I’m holding on to our last days together. Our walks by the ocean and the smell of
Dear S, Seeing your letter in the mailbox brought me back to life. I still get butterflies when I see
Dearest L, ⠀⠀ I just got your three letters all at once. I can’t write much. Don’t stop writing even