Question of the day

calmIf you were to receive a letter today from anyone you have known during your lifetime, who would it be from and what would it say?

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11 Responses to Question of the day

  1. SKL says:

    Oh, probably my first ex, except he’s married with kids now, so I have no business to be thinking that way.

  2. Joy says:

    It would be from Audra and it would say “I miss and love you”.

  3. mssc54 says:

    My dad.

    It would say, “I love you son. I wish I had been a better daddy when I had the chance. I’m so sorry for… Please forgive me. Will you?”

  4. Sue says:

    Hmmm, no one person pops into my mind right away. I’ll have to think about it some more!

  5. thegoddessanna says:

    It would be from my best friend in high school Dave, and it would say “I love and forgive you.”

    Your site is snowing. At first, I thought I was seeing things. : )

  6. SanityFound says:

    I think from anyone and I’d be happy, but for this question I guess my father who died when I was five saying that he loves me… I guess either that or my mother saying our communication contract has expired and its over… probably the latter after this week tbh

  7. nikki says:

    It would be from my Grandfather. (Dad’s dad) Explaining to me why he was around my whole life but no one ever told me he was my Grandpa. Everyone in my family grew up calling this old man Uncle Earl, so that’s what I called him. Come to find out he was my Grandfather, who had disowned my father years ago and wanted no relationship with me, although we saw each other often. So weird! I would like to know what happened with him and my father and why it would affect his relationship with me. Deep I know! You asked!

  8. Tessa says:

    Nikki, that is sad and yes, weird! Wow. Mine would be from my dad’s mom explaining and apologizing for the mean ways she was with my dad like putting him in an orphanage for awhile. I know his childhood affected mine.

  9. Amber says:

    Mine would be from two girls both apologizing to me and forgiving me and offering a new beginning so we could all move on and be happy.

  10. Just a Mom says:

    Mine would be from my mother who passed away when I was 26 and it would say: “You are doing a great job. Keep on laughing through life I can hear you loud and clear!”

  11. Doraz says:

    Tricia. ” I miss you all, and I will see you all again, one day.” (My niece, who died suddenly at 17 years old)

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