Letters Unsent # 2

The start and the first letter of  ‘Letters Unsent’ had us writing our feelings to our best friend. Some letters were indeed very touching and provided a release to the writer and peak to the readers.

Based on the participant inputs and discussion in the group, it was decided that we give you two letter writing prompts so that you can choose to write a letter to one (or both) of them.

The prompts for this Wednesday are  to write a letter to:


A stranger who made an impression on you / Someone you judged on their first impression.


Letters Unsent

Looking forward to your letters.


Life has been beautiful. After completing my graduation studies in Automobile Engineering,I started working at General Motors India where I am a Deputy Manager. I have been blogging for about 7 years now. I didn’t blog much for some time in between but the urge to write is very strong now. I have a diary of sorts that I carry with me. Primarily it used for my daily operations at work, but I jot down things I like and ideas to revisit later. In the long run, most of them turn in to my blog posts which you can read here.
I like to read , watch movies and TV series. I have a long list of books that are yet to be read including an ever increasing stack of books in my cupboard that I bought because I wish to read. I enjoy comics and cartoons as much. I find that there is never a particular age of comics and cartoons. So please, don’t make me roll my eyes when you say that I shouldn’t be reading comics or watching cartoons at this age.
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Author: Corinne Rodrigues

Lover of words | Self-acceptance blogger | Instructional designer| Book Reviewer| Blog Coach

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