Wednesday, September 1, 2010


I mentioned in yesterday's post that Miss Angie over at My So-Called Chaos was going to do an interesting post challenge for the next 30 days. This is it. She got this idea from some of the people that she has been following, naturally. The format is to post a letter to each one of these people as your blog of the day. As I already mentioned, I am not going to be starting tomorrow because it is Thursday. And I have something going on Saturday. And I might take this idea and put into a different format on Wednesday for my Snapshot Wednesday. In other words, I am not much of a play by the exact rules if I see way of it working better for me on any given day.

The Curriculum:

day 1 — your best friend
day 2 — your crush
day 3 — your parents
day 4 — your sibling (or closest relative)
day 5 — your dreams
day 6 — a stranger
day 7 — your ex-boyfriend/girlfriend/love/crush
day 8 — your favorite internet friend
day 9 — someone you wish you could meet
day 10 — someone you don’t talk to as much as you’d like to
day 11 — a deceased person you wish you could talk to
day 12 — the person you hate most/caused you a lot of pain
day 13 — someone you wish could forgive you
day 14 — someone you’ve drifted away from
day 15 — the person you miss the most
day 16 — someone that’s not in your state/country
day 17 — someone from your childhood
day 18 — the person that you wish you could be
day 19 — someone that pesters your mind—good or bad
day 20 — the one that broke your heart the hardest
day 21 — someone you judged by their first impression
day 22 — someone you want to give a second chance to
day 23 — the last person you kissed
day 24 — the person that gave you your favorite memory
day 25 — the person you know that is going through the worst of times
day 26 — the last person you made a pinky promise to
day 27 — the friendliest person you knew for only one day
day 28 — someone that changed your life
day 29 — the person that you want tell everything to, but too afraid to
day 30 — your reflection in the mirror

So, who else wants to play?

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  1. I saw that on Angie's blog, too. I'm still considering this, because - as much fan as this obviously is, I also always feel to be too personal in my blog and, oh, you know what I mean, right? :)

  2. RObin, you are such a rule breaker:) Looking forward to reading your letters. Knowing you, they will be well worth the read! Hope all is well with you, my friend!
    Also,wanted to let you know that I posted my first of a month long of Be a Better me challenges today, hope you can stop by and link up!

  3. I LOVE that sunflower photo up there... sunflowers are my FAVORITE flowers... down here in the summer, people plant large fields of sunflowers... probably so they can dove hunt over them in the fall... I don't understand why this doesn't fall under the definition of a baited field... but I digress...

    I LOVE those acres and acres of sunflowers...


  4. Should be interesting to see what you come up with

  5. Just wanted you to know out of all the blogs I follow your's is the most interesting never know what you are going to write about and I always know it is coming from your heart.

    I love it.

    Carol-the gardener

  6. I am thinking about it, but don't start yet because I decided to pass on three questions to you because i live in my own world called the chrisaverse where rules don't apply and I want to know what your answers are....and I would love to do it but I would probably do all sorts of heinous things to it so probably shouldn't.

  7. An interesting idea, I'm afraid I can't play along.

  8. I went back and read all your letters and am really thinking about doing this myself..we will see in a couple of days got alot going on but would love to do this..


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