Friday’s Letters

Time for an extra late edition of Friday’s Letters! 

Dear new job career, This week was fulfilling, moving, and gave me hope about what we can accomplish. Perhaps we can change the world after all?

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
-Margaret Mead

Dear boyfriend, You’re out of town on a college crew reunion. This means two things:

1. I’m actually going to wear my retainer to bed! I will still NOT wear it in front of you.
2. I finally rented New Year’s Eve. Note, could have gone without seeing it. I give it one star.

Dear blog readers, this month I’m a sponsor over here and here. If you’re stopping by, I’m so happy to have you! It would make my day if you’d link up via GFC (on the right side).

Dear east coast summer rain, I love that it actually rains when it’s hot! Where I used to live, summer was just dry. The warm rains here make all the green look like a jungle and the flowers bloom with no sprinklers!

Dear 5K, You’re only 2 weeks away and I haven’t really run at all since the last 5K I ran in the fall. Ruh roh!

Dear body, Let’s get in gear! My new work schedule means morning workouts should be a breeze. So how come they aren’t?

Dear boyfriend, Come home soon. You are certainly missed.

Have a lovely weekend!

Friday’s Letters

It’s Friday and you know what that means: Another edition of Friday’s Letters. 
I really do love this series.
Thanks, Ashley!

Dear boyfriend, Thanks for being my sounding board and for assuring me that yes, I am still fun.

Dear Lean Cuisine, Thanks for making vegetarian options. This was pretty good.

Dear vegetarianism, It’s official. You’re here to stay. You know why? Because…

Dear meat, I don’t miss you. Not at all.

Dear statement necklaces, I’m obsessed. This week I bought 5. Yes, 5.

Necklaces ($8 and $6) and Shirt ($13), JC Penney

Dear eBay, We’ll you sure were a dangerous discovery (for my bank account).

Dear little sister, I love checking your Instagram. You’re a silly one.

Dear boyfriend, I’m so proud and excited to see you run your first half marathon tomorrow.

Dear corporate world, Goodbye!

Happy Friday!


Friday’s Letters

Dear work week, Thanks for being over. Between not feeling well and the gross weather, I just really wasn’t myself. Sorry for not giving it my all. I’ll do better next week.

Dear limbo, Maybe every part of life is limbo, right? Like mostly we are waiting for the next moment because we think it will be better than this one. I need to figure out how to live happily in limbo. Because I’m sure the next stage of life will be great, but I’m also so sure that I’ll miss this one when it’s gone.

Dear boyfriend, I’m excited for date night tonight! You know I’ve wanted to see The Five-Year Engagement since the first preview I saw. Obviously I will return the favor by seeing The Avengers with you next weekend.

Dear siblings, Thanks for making me laugh every time I log in to Netflix. It makes me glad I gave you my password. It’s throwing off my recommendations but I’m glad you’re enjoying it too (hey, I’m getting my moneys worth).
Happy Friday!
TGIF, this week more than ever.

Friday’s Letters

Dear Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, I totally forgot how good you were. Thanks for being just as awesome now as you were when I was 12. 
Dear spring, Whats with the fake out? I was ready to put my sweaters away. Come on back, ASAP please!
Dear brother, I love that every phone conversation we have is at least an hour long. I’m so lucky to have been given my life-long best friend at age 2. 
Dear Modern Family, Thanks for making me actually laugh out loud. Watching the whole series from the beginning was an excellent decision.
Dear boyfriend, I just don’t understand how you aren’t ticklish. It’s so unfair because you’ll never know what it’s like to be extremely ticklish (like me). Sometimes I laugh so hard I can’t breathe. But I’m always thankful that it’s you I’m laughing with. I’m a lucky lady. 


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