Letters of love – not to be confused with love letters

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Tuesday? Let me explain.

During the past couple of weeks (among other things) I turned 18 (whoo!) and I’ve had the chance to reflect and think about all the people in my life who have loved and supported me so far. So this week I want to put out some letters of love – not to be confused with love letters. Letters of thanks, appreciation and love for my friends and people I look up to. I won’t say their names because I know some people aren’t comfortable being identified online, and considering I don’t even have my own name on this blog it wouldn’t really be right. I will put their initials so that if someone reads it they can have some confidence that it is or isn’t directed to them.

I don’t know if everyone I write about will read their letter, but I think that’s part of the beauty of the idea; Whether I tell them in person or not, I appreciate the things they do and say. So every day this week, from Wednesday to Wednesday I will post one letter of love to people I feel deserve some attention. By no means are they the only people who matter to me; I won’t be writing any letters to my family for example even though I love them dearly, they are very important to me and they are amazingly loving and care for me even when I don’t deserve it.

Another note – I know not all relationships last forever and people change over time. But the things I write in this letters are true at the time of writing them. If I later fall out with any of these people, I will keep the letters up because they are still a version of truth.

So the first letter will be here tomorrow (our normal blogging day)! If you’re familiar with my blog then you could probably work out who it is because I’ve praised him here on WordPress before, but nonetheless more is coming his way!

See you tomorrow,

keyboardphilosopher

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