30 Letters in 30 days

I did this project back in September 2010, when I was still studying in uni. I’m doing this again to get out of the mundane and to extract creative juices from my brain because apparently, I recently discovered that I write better when I have a specific thing or person in mind. It will be challenging. This won’t be done in 30 consecutive days, rather, it’ll be done one letter at a time. Figure that! So stay with me on this journey of re-discovering myself through writing letters again. Below is the list of recipients for the journey.

Day 1 — Your best friend

Day 2 — Your crush

Day 3 — Your parents

Day 4 — Your siblings (or closest relative)

Day 5 — A stranger

Day 6 — Your ex-boyfriend/girlfriend/love/crush

Day 7 — The person whom know is going through the worst of times

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 who 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 who’s not in your 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 who broke your heart the hardest

Day 21 — Someone you judged by the first impression

Day 22 — Someone you want to give a second chance to

Day 23 — The last person you hugged

Day 24 — The person who gave you your favorite memory

Day 25 — Your dreams

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 who changed your life

Day 29 — The person you want to tell everything to, but are too afraid

Day 30 — Your reflection in the mirror

And so it begins.

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