Friday, December 7, 2018

Friday Letters

It’s Friday, so let’s write some letters.

Dear Squid: I miss talking to you. I miss you having to explain political stuff to me because I just don’t understand it. I miss you.

Dear Mom: I have so much to say to you, but every time I want to call or even pick up a pen to write to you, I start to get irritated. I just don’t understand why you’ve changed so much. I don’t understand why you’ve let all the important things in your life, fade away. Your entire life has become consumed by three things, and three things only. Three things that I think are the worst possible things for you, in your current state. One in which has absolutely changed our family, for the worst. Thanks for that. I’ve already expressed my apologies for some of the things I said, but there are some things I said that I still stand by. And that is what keeps me, and a few other family members, from reaching out to you. We just won’t.

Dear RJ: I’m super, super bummed you won’t be coming out for Christmas this year. I was looking forward to waking up Christmas morning and making you the traditional Cream of Wheat and bacon that you love. I blame your dad, but that’s nothing new. We will get you back out here eventually, I promise. Even if it isn’t until the wedding.

Dear ChaCha & Vanilla Beaner: I’m really gonna miss you during the off-season. Thankfully we have our daily texts/chats to keep me entertained and informed on how you’re doing, but still, I’m gonna miss you. Maybe we should implement that weekly drink/dinner date we’ve been talking about for over five months.

Dear SS: Your birthday is tomorrow, and I’m super excited about it. It’s on a Saturday, so we could do anything. Red Lobster is always your choice for dinner, and that’s one of the reasons I love you. Can’t wait!

Dear GraycieRoo: You have completed our life. Who would have ever thought I would be a cat person? I can say the same for SS. It’s a little weird, but, you are everything we didn’t know we needed, to complete our little family. You are almost adjusted to our schedule, and Ebony isn’t torturing you as much as he used to. I think it’s a win/win situation.

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