Dear Emma: Thank you for your wit and humour. Thanks for feeling like you can vent to me. I'm glad we're sisters. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Dear Jenn: Thanks for being my friend. I'm glad we've started walking together (assuming the weather will allow us to go again). I need someone to motivate me to get off my lazy rear end and kick me into gear. I love your creativity and goodness.
Dear Loki: Please stop meowing so loudly. It's really irritating. Why don't you just curl upon my lap and purr?
Dear Jenny: Please stop kicking the wall and just go to sleep.
Dear James: Thank you for sleeping through the night. You are the best baby ever.
Dear Cottonwood Title: Thanks for the money.
Dear Bono: Thank you for much comfort and inspiration over many years.
Dear neighborhood: I'm glad you're safe and full of people I like.
Dear Brent: Please come home and cook dinner. I love you. And you're dead sexy. Especially when you're cooking dinner.
Dear House: Why can't you just learn to clean yourself?
Dear Laundry: ditto
Dear Rocky Mountains: how I love you. I love your fall colours. I'm not sure why I love the colour of decay, but in Autumn it is just gorgeous. Let's get together soon. How about a leisurely walk in your loveliness this weekend?
Dear Mom: I love your cooking. I love your company. I love your house. I love you.
Dear Jess: I wish I was more like you. I know you aren't perfect and have your own struggles, but you inspire me to improve myself. You have a spirit about you that is calming and nurturing. Thank you for being in my life.
Dear NPR: Thank you for keeping me sane and preventing me from slipping so deeply into mommydom that I forget who I am. Also I thank you for giving me something to talk about with other adults other than the most recent developmental milestone achieved by my children.
Dear Blogger: Why do you insist on adding more spaces between paragraphs than I want? I don't know how to fix it because I am html ignorant. Please stop trying to be smarter than me (like Microsoft Word) and just do what I ask without additional formatting that I do not ask for.
Dear Father in Heaven: Thank you for my life. I know I complain a lot, but I am awfully grateful for my endless blessings.