Open Letters Link-up // Round 2


This is the second ever Open Letters Link-up, and I'm so glad you're here! Last month, I got to read some really amazing, funny, and challenging letters, and I can't wait to see what gets added this time round.

My co-host this month is my FIRST EVER blogging friend, Robyn! She's so kind and insightful, and her date nights (all the project 12's!) and recipes keep me inspired. She's literally the best. (You can read that in your Chris Traiger voice: "LITRELLY the best." #ParksandRecForever)


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DEAR SQUIRREL WHO NO LONGER LIVES IN OUR CRAWL SPACE,
THANKS FOR GETTING OUT. I appreciate that you left of your own volition and didn't have to be...............helped.
Dear Church-workers, 
I see you, all you youth pastors, leaders, church-planters, pastors' wives...I know that serving a church can be so rewarding as you see people turn to Jesus, but I also know there are seasons of discouragement as you help broken, imperfect people. God appreciates all your efforts, and your labor is never a waste (so says 1 Corinthians 15:58). You are loved. 

Dear Amazon delivery guy, 
Should I buy you a new set of pants? I'm sincerely hoping you didn't poop yourself when my dog went bizerk as you dropped off a package. I sure wasn't laughing. Mainly because you came EXTRA EARLY IN THE MORNING AND MY DOG'S INCESSANT, UPSET, DEAFENING BARKING WOKE US ALL UP.  Since Jake the German Shepherd clearly doesn't beckon those packages with open paws, whaddya say you deliver things later in the morning? 

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Now, to the link-up!


The whole point of this link-up is to form community and meet some new bloggers, so don't drop your link and run! Unrelated posts and posts that don’t follow the guidelines will be removed. Interested in co-hosting? Send an email to ahopefulhood@gmail.com


Rules:
1. Add a link to any post in the form of a letter!
2. Comment on the post right before yours.
3. Link back to your hosts (me and Robyn)




(grab this button as an open invitation for others to join in!)

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