Tuesday Letters

Dear Weather,

You have been amazing lately! Are you just playin’? Is this all just a tease and March is going to be frigid? I sincerely hope that’s not the case. But if it is, we will enjoy you while we can!



Dear Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee,

I love you. That might be a bit forward of me to say, but it’s true. You are tasty, you are cheap and those are two of my favorite things. I think you may have convinced me to dump Starbuck’s Frappucchino’s. Yep, I’m convinced.


Dear Nora,

Why don’t you like milk? The doctor said you can start drinking milk now and mommy and daddy cheered because they will no longer have to pay for formula. Mommy went out and bought you the special red-cap milk and was so excited for you to meet this new milestone. I poured a little into your favorite sippy and handed it to you, excited to see the results. And what did you do? You scoffed at it and handed me back the cup. This same reaction is had each time I have tried since. Do you want us to be poor? Cause formula ain’t cheap girl! So, if you could please find it in your heart to change your tune, that would be great. Thanks.

Dear Weekdays,

Can you please go faster? I am talking to all of you. You drag on and on and seem to last an eternity and it’s not pleasant. You know nobody likes you right? Just accept that you’re not wanted and move over so the weekend can step in. Okay? Okay.

Dear Roomba,

You complete me. (and make my floors significantly less hairy)


Dear Jesus,
You are so faithful! You continuously show your loving care for our little family at just the right times. Help me to continue to give you all my praise, for you are more than worthy.

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