Aug 18, 2012

Six Word Saturday ~ Love Letters


I am writing love letters again

This will explain
More Love Letters

Write your week in six words


18 comments:

  1. Suggests you have a nice man in mind?

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    1. Well, I do have a nice man, but this is a letter campaign to leave anonymous love letters on the bus, the grocery store, the doctor's office, etc. Because the world needs more love letters. :)

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  2. I like to write from a heart of love!

    Whether it is a letter, a poem, or a story...it must be filled with love!

    Happy Saturday!

    Linda @ Truthful Tidbits

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    1. Thanks Linda...and yes it should be filled with love. Happy Saturday to you also!

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  3. Oh wow, that is a fantastic idea. I love it.

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    1. I have been doing it for a little over a year. I really love it.

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    1. Yes it is. Sending hand written letters is becoming a lost art.

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  5. That's a really cool idea; good for you.

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    1. Thanks Cheri. I know some who write poems and distribute them in unexpected places.

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  6. I just heard about this from someone else today (possibly as a result of this post?) and signed up. :)

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    1. Great Paula. I really enjoy it. I have written letters to take with me when I travel so I have placed them in several states.

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  7. Hi Susie ~~ What this world needs is love (letters?).
    I looked at the starter kit, it might be a big help.
    I would like to learn how to write love poetry. I think that someplace there might be a class on that. Guy thing, I don't think it comes naturally. Does it?
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    1. I think when one writes from the heart love poetry is not so difficult. I think the real test is if you can write it without it sounding mushy..lol But there is a place for that also.

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  8. Congratulations, Susie, on your poetry book!! I like the title, it is catchy. Plus, I lived on a dirt and then it became graveled towards the end of the first seventeen years of my life. I could tell you about being snowed or mudded in, snow plows, snow drifts, getting stuck, etc.

    My first cousin died today. Your previous post, about things we should have done, fits my feelings today. The last time we, Mrs. Jim and I, saw and visited him was in 2009. He lived in Colorado, us in Texas. His brothers saw him more often, they lived in Missouri and in Nebraska. But other than those brothers, I saw him more than any other of us nine cousins. Still, I hadn't seen him enough. He loved it when we came last time. Old times came alive for us.

    But now he is gone. His wife died several years ago, his son who was closest died this year, and now him. There is just one other son, I don't know him. Plus a grandchild. He and I were most like my grandfather of any of us. We did not fit the mold that the others had.
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    Sorry that I dumped on you here, you don't need to post it but you can. Again, though, congrats on the poetry book. I am envious and would like to read it. Possibly and probably own it. Will it be on Kindle or the like?
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    1. Thank you Jim. I am excited and nervous about my book, but it is my dream. I am releasing it in paperback first, but it will go later to an e-book. I will post all the information on how to purchase it on my blog when it is released.

      Oh I remember all the snow days and being snowed in. Our road was so bad the bus at times wouldn't travel on it so we had to be taken to a better road to catch the bus.

      So sorry to hear about your cousin. Life just seems to get away from us too quickly. My prayers are with you and his family.

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  9. I don't think I have ever written a love letter.

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    1. These love letters are more letters of encouragement. We tend to think of love letters as only the romantic ones. Through a spirit of love we can communicate compassion, hope and sometimes just humor to lift the spirits of another.

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