A Letter to Things


In my pursuit of pleasure & following my theme of Nurturing, I’ve jotted down some thoughts on a recent read. Check out the post that explains here>>

First up…a letter to things 🙂

Dear turquoise peace pants,

Firstly, I love your teenage color and cost (ala Target). The soft interior lining has me almost delirious with coziness. Almost. Because, I bought a size too big, you sag around my pouch and booty (hey, that can be a song!) instead of snuggly holding me in. I feel all loose and floppy. Then, the leggings seem to taper (hello, 80’s, much?!) if not a straight leg.

I expected a yoga pant fit. I mean, you’re throwing up a peace sign, man.

 

But, again, your softness and color make me smile. So, I’ll keep you.

Lazily yours,

Mar

(what my family calls me)

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Filed under Voice, Year of Nurturing

2 responses to “A Letter to Things

  1. Never thought to write a note to an object before. What a great idea! I think I will use it with my students!
    I love the snugly fabrics that they have now, but like you, which they didn’t look so retro 80’s…it was bad then, why revisit, huh?!
    Peace!

  2. LOL! That and Big Hair ; ) Another exercise for your students: have them write from the POV of an inanimate object, the younger the group – the funnier the stories!

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