I absolutely love letters, especially hand written ones. There’s something so special about getting a letter in the mail and knowing that someone was thinking about you and took the time to sit down and put a pen to paper. These letters aren’t going to be handwritten, but writing out these short little letters did inspire me to go dig through my desk for my stationary and write out a few notes to friends. Yay for motivation like that!
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Here we go!!!
I love you. I can’t wait to spend this weekend cheering on the Crimson Tide with you! You’re my favorite, and I’m thankful that you put up with me taking too many selfies, talking your ear off, stressing out about little things, and my obsession with Hobby Lobby and Target. I can’t wait to see what life has in store for us!
Thank you for teaching me that I am in control of my cravings and I have power over my food choices. I’m so glad that I stepped out of my comfort zone and spent 30 days with you. I’m coming back to you in full force in January, and I can’t wait!
I love you, but you make me want to spend ALL MY MONEY on school things and home decor and food to try new recipes. Even so, you are so much better than Facebook. Thanks for staying classy this election season and spreading pictures of happy classrooms and shiplapped walls instead of nasty political rants. You’re the best.
Dear Fall Break,
I need you to hurry up. This teacher is TIRED.
Dear 11th Grade Students,
I know that you are all procrastinating on your research paper assignment, and I am not happy about it. Please don’t wait until the last minute and stress yourself out! Just do the work now. You’ll be glad you did. Trust me.
Dear 9th Graders,
Could you please just be QUIET? That’s all I want for Christmas. For real.
Dear Potted Plants on My Front Porch,
I need you guys to stay pretty and healthy until Thanksgiving is over. I have 22 people coming over for Thanksgiving dinner, and you are the bright spot on my front porch that will make them feel welcome as soon as they pull into the drive. I also can’t afford to replace you AND buy a turkey big enough to feed all those people, so please don’t die. Please.
P.S. You really do owe me this favor because I have actually remembered to water you every single day since we got you, which is a really big deal for me.
Dear Fall Weather,
You are perfect. I love you. Please stay for awhile.
Dear Pickles the Kitten,
You are so darn cute, but if you jump on my dresser and knock my jewelry box over one more time or get on the kitchen counter again, you are going to be banned to the basement. I’m serious this time. Kittens belong on the floor, NOT the table or the counter. Get it together.
Dear Family Members,
I know at least one of you is going to be getting rid of your old Christmas tree and buying a new one this year, right? I’m totally willing to take that old tree off your hands for FREE!