Learning to write again

I know, memes are SO 2002. Or maybe 2005. Or MySpace. Whatever. I’m low on blog fodder and I’d like to get back to really writing. And I think this project will give me a little push (and also probably send me to places in my memory I’d rather not be, but oh well).

I also know that the Fourth of July weekend might not be the best time to start a project like this, but… oh well. Look for the letters to start tomorrow.

  1. Your best friend
  2. Your crush
  3. Your parents
  4. Your sibling (or closest relative)
  5. Your dreams
  6. A stranger
  7. Your ex-boyfriend/girlfriend/love/crush
  8. Your favorite internet friend
  9. Someone you wish you could meet
  10. Someone you don’t talk to as much as you’d like to
  11. A deceased person you wish you could talk to
  12. The person you hate most/caused you a lot of pain
  13. Someone you wish could forgive you
  14. Someone you’ve drifted away from
  15. The person you miss the most
  16. Someone that’s not in your state/country
  17. Someone from your childhood
  18. The person that you wish you could be
  19. Someone that pesters your mind – good or bad
  20. The one that broke your heart the hardest
  21. Someone you judged by their first impression
  22. Someone you want to give a second chance to
  23. The last person you kissed
  24. The person that gave you your favorite memory
  25. The person you know that is going through the worst of times
  26. The last person you made a pinky promise to
  27. The friendliest person you knew for only one day
  28. Someone that changed your life
  29. The person that you want to tell everything to, but too afraid to
  30. Your reflection in the mirror

Should be interesting, really… first of all, whether I actually finish it or not. I mean, in 30 days. I’ll do them all, eventually (*knock on wood*), it just might take me longer than 30 days. Also it seems that a lot of those days will be duplicate people, and with my memory in its current state (SHIT), some of these days might be pretty difficult to come up with anybody to write to/about.

I heard about this project from l’arte d’arrangiarsi, but I’m sure it’s been every-fucking-where.

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