*The blog title is adapted from the movie: Letters to Juliet.
Handwritten letters – it was a means of communication back in the day.
It’s a way of putting feelings, emotions, and/ or thoughts into writing; whether in cursive or in print.
I’ve just finished reading One Day by David Nicholls yesterday, and what I like about the story is that the female protagonist loves to write letters to his bestfriend–turned–lover.
I barely do handwritten letters anymore.
But if it’s a love letter, I think anyone would be compelled to write it by hand.
However, in this digital age, people would opt to write love letters via other means. It could be a tweet, an FB post; or better yet, a blog entry.
I think it would be quite interesting to read letters about those who have found love, searching for love, longing for love, waiting for love, and those who lost love.
Here are a few of them:
A Love Note, by yours truly
How I Want toSpend My Day With You, by Nikki
Saan Mo Dadalhin Ang Pag-ibig?, by Yas
To You, by Leo
The Breakup, by Babit
I’d like to believe that once in your life, you have, in one way or another, written a love letter.
Care to share it me?
If it’s fine by you, I’ll add your link to the list.