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NaNoWriMo Sucks — Tatyana – 11/19/2015

NaNoWriMo Sucks November 19, 2015 NaNoWriMo sucks. Before anyone thinks I’m saying this because I’m behind, don’t. Am I behind? Totally. Am I *really* behind? Again: totally. But that is not even the point. Or maybe it is. Maybe it … Continue reading

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On the Importance of Being Sigurd — Sigurd – 10/6/2015

On The Importance of Being Sigurd Tuesday 29 September 2015 I began writing with the hope of better understanding myself, to dig deep into secrets I wear buttoned tight around me, like a cold weather garment. Over the decades I … Continue reading

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As Time Goes By — Colleen – 10/2/2015

As Time Goes By 2 October 2015 Dear readers, One year of letters—the concept sounds finite, but from the start I knew our project would not, nor could not, truly be finite. I always expected it to continue beyond the … Continue reading

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Mary 11/13/14 – Be Mindful

Be Mindful November 13, 2014 Dear Mary, You’re being mindful of the things that matter the most to you. Having already written more this year than ever before, you’ve surprised yourself. You have written almost a quarter of the words … Continue reading

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Mary 11/6/14- It’s Raining

It’s Raining November 6, 2014 Dear Mary, You don’t know what you’re doing. Did you ever? How DID you make it this far in life? You skipped happily along all year thinking, “Yes, I got this!”, but this week you … Continue reading

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Mary 10/16/2014 – Don’t Panic!

Don’t Panic! October 16, 2014 Dear Mary, You reminisced about your life this past week and you started to panic about what you wanted to write about. You thought of the word ‘Panic!’ and what it means to you. Of … Continue reading

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Mary 10/9/2014 – The Hurdle

The Hurdle October 9, 2014 Dear Mary, You feel the deep detachments as you do every time something major happens in your own life. You stand in the shadows and watch, trying to find your way. Your way where? Your … Continue reading

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