Feb Letters

February Letter | #3: keep it to one side

Dear Pedestrians,

Please check to see if anyone is walking behind you before you inexplicably stop in the middle of the pathway. Don’t act all surprised when we almost collide – YOU CAUSED IT. And don’t accept MY apology either. I’m being polite, but you should really accept the you were at fault. Don’t just say that it’s alright when again, you foolishly stopped. It’s just rude. Continue reading “February Letter | #3: keep it to one side”

Feb Letters

February Letters | #2: Sometimes I Wish You Didn’t Exist

If anyone wants to join in I’m gonna be tagging these with #FebLetters17 from now on. So. Yeah.


An open letter to technology

Dear Technology,

Sometimes I wish you didn’t exist. I am with you for the better part of my day and somehow, I kind of hate you.

Well, not you you, but the effect that you have on people.  Continue reading “February Letters | #2: Sometimes I Wish You Didn’t Exist”

Awkward Situations, Bitchin'

A Letter To Someone (Oct Writing Challenge #2)

This is the my second entry for GrowingSpang’s Oct Writing Challenge (you can see the challenge here).



Dear Former Friend,

Sometimes I wonder how you’re doing. In the past, I’d have clicked compose and emailed you, but I won’t do that now. I will hopefully never speak to you again. I’m not angry, not anymore. Okay, so, I did utter ‘heh, this bitch‘ when I last spotted you, but it was out of annoyance more than anything. At you. At myself. Mostly at myself. See, in all of the drama and overthinking, you have taught me an important lesson and reinforced the ones that I never forget. I’m going to list them here as a handy reminder for myself.

I was young when we became friends, and perhaps a bit naive. Despite my outer cynicism, inside I was just like anyone else. I wanted people to respect me and I them. Back then I was extremely forthcoming with my opinions, the way teenagers sometimes are. I probably made it clear that you ANNOYED THE HECK OUT OF ME. And I’m at least sorry for that. I’ve learnt some tact now. Still, despite the annoyance, I was happy to remain friends. I was aware  that you didn’t always appreciate my honesty, at least not if your jibe about deliberately annoying me was to be believed. I suppose that was your checkmate. I deserved that. Continue reading “A Letter To Someone (Oct Writing Challenge #2)”