You know when you are little and, in order to work on your handwriting, the teacher would ask you to write a letter to another classmate? I loved doing that! Even when you were writing to the annoying boy in the class…but it was fun.

In middle school I wrote to Sharon for a while. I then visited her for 2 weeks and went to school with her and it was so much fun! (I went on an exchange student program). She moved to Atlanta after that year, and the year after that she passed away…RIP

Since, I haven;t had anybody to write to. I miss it. I like the anticipation of waiting. Going to check the mail to see if your letter is there.


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