I thought about writing a book from my journals because that's something I already have, they just need to be typed & edited. As I'm typing this, I have 15 journals completed from the beginning of high school through college.
|14 of my 15 completed journals|
(the 15th is in one of my boxes that I still haven't unpacked from college)
under the big, beautiful tree in my mom's yard.
I love writing beneath a tree (or on its branches!)
Just sifting through them all to find something that others might find interesting would be a daunting task. Yet I feel like they could be much more useful if people read them. And, as my little brother pointed out, if I type them, I can do a keyword search to find certain stories. They'd be much more manageable. Still, typing them or posting pictures of them will be a better experience if I'm sharing them instantly on a blog little by little rather than on a file on my computer that no one will ever read. Not only will sharing them this way give me a reasonable goal, but it will also encourage me to know that they could be helping others.
|My stashes of letters. :)|
Because I also have boxes of letters, I thought it would be fun to scan & post one every week. I love all the different handwritings I've received & hope this blog will encourage you to write more letters to brighten someone's day.
|All of these are from my sister! I have more,|
but these are the ones she sent while I was in college.
|Just seeing how many letters my mailbox will hold. :)|
This is a lot, & it's not even close to full!
If you'd like to help fill my mailbox, write me at
P.O. Box 254
Lincolnton, GA 30817
Thanks for joining me on this journey. I hope you enjoy!