Dear mom and dad,
Please don't get on my case about my grades. I care and worry about them. Is that not enough for you?
Dear ramdom girl in my math class,
"Umm, he's my twin brother..."
Dear school,
You had us take a survey in which we had say our ethnicity. Apparently, I wasn't Indian, because you meant Native American, or Asian, because you meant oriental.
Dear Joy,
You may be 'just a horse' to anyone else, but to me you are so much more. You taught me to be confident and hold my head high because I'm not powerless. You melt my stress away just by being around you. My anxiety has been lowered so much more since I've been riding and even though you are getting on in year, I want you to know how much you mean to me and always will.
Dear Netflix,
Could you PLEASE put up the rest of the bloody series soon!?
Dear classmate,
I love how you are so happy about becoming a dad, despite you being only 19. I love how it motivates you to work very hard for your degree, and don't let anyone tell you that your child has no future just because you became a parent so young. You'll make a great dad, despite everything you've ever been trough and even despite your mild autism.
Dear burglars,
You should've seen your face!
Dear Mom,
Please forgive me for being such a selfish, spoiled brat. I would do anything to go back in time and show you how amazing you were before I lost the chance to. I think about you every day and want to be a better person for you.
Dear mirror,
Is there any way I can look into you and like what I see?
Dear best friend's dad,
Your daughter is crying because you are are playing a power struggle using her and her 8 year old sister against your ex-wife; not because of "teenage girls and their drama". You should not limit or monitor her phone calls to her mom.
Dear Mom and Dad,
Thank you for putting my 21 year old cat down without telling me.
Dear ex,
Please don't think any less of me. But do think of me less.
Dear unwanted leg hair,
Please stop trying to grow on us. There are lots of men out there who would love to have better beards, why don't you go grow on them!
Dear children with disabilities,
Please know you are beautiful. Yes, it's true. When your disability is visible the world judges you. Many people treat you differently. But know that where you go, no mocking voice of the world can follow. Your soul becomes platinum and you gain vision that many will never gain, blind to the superficial elements that others see. You learn empathy to help and love others without bound. You laugh at the petty arrows foes shoot at you. You become independent, and learn to love yourself as you are. You soul becomes strong, and you find true people rather than the petty want-to-bes, these real people become your friends. You understand why the weak feel the need to mock you. Want to date? You can! Understand you are powerful, and never question that. Goodness will find you never loose hope.
Dear boyfriend's family,
Please stop telling me that you like me because I make him happy, then tell him everything I did wrong the second I leave. I'm not perfect, I'm going to make mistakes, but I'm really trying and I wish you could appreciate that. I know you're going to make him choose soon, and it'll break my heart when he chooses his family, as he should. I hope he finds that perfect girl, I really do, but I'm afraid no one will live up to your standards, and you'll make him miserable the rest of his life. Please just stop.