You Bastard!

Dear Columbus City School Board, I’m writing this letter because this is all too much. All of us students having to wake up at the crack of dawn and earlier, just to catch a bus and go to a blazing hot or freezing cold school with no windows. Us students are waking up at 5 a.m or earlier to rush to get ready and then run to our bus, which half of the time never comes, to hear loud kids and rude bus drivers at 6 in the morning. You can’t possibly expect us to wake up at 5 a.m or earlier, catch the bus, go to school, get home at 3 and have enough time to do everything that needs to be done. We would have to go to sleep around 7 or 8 o’clock to get our full nights sleep, which doesn't leave us that much time to do our homework, study, eat dinner, and do extra curricular activities and...
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Dear X, I only wrote x because he’s so low that he doesn’t deserve two letters. We did have some great memories and some bad ones. But majority of them were bad. Recently we started to become friends again from the time that we broke up last January. But never have I ever passionately hated someone so much. You say that I’m the reason why you have trust issues, yet you wouldn’t know what trust is if it bit you in the ass. (Little does he know that I know that when we were dating he cheated on me with his ex.) When we were dating I felt so happy all the time knowing that I was his but now when I see him in the halls I just want to go sock him in the face. He was the best and worst thing that has ever happened to me. Best because we both have been through experiences that taught us...
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Dear Management, I wanted to write you a quick letter. I am sure you haven’t thought twice about me since you fired me for really no quantifiable reason earlier this year. But I think about you all the time. I think about all the precious time I wasted working for you. I think about how you took me for granted, squashed my dreams, and killed my soul at little bit more each day for nearly a decade. I think about the time I lost with my kids because I was committed to you and your company. Time I’ll never get back. You might expect this letter to be a nasty tale of all the horrible things you did to me over the years. Nope. I actually wanted to thank you for a few things. I learned a lot from you. Thank you for teaching me how NOT to manage and lead people. You taught me that...
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This letter is specifically addressed to a second-cousin, Joe Rico, 3rd of Chester, PA., Joanne Harris of Baltimore, MD and Shirley Harris of Trainer, PA. Where do I begin? Hmm. Good question. Well, I currently face some very tough decisions. Just a little history on my problem. In 2005 I had a slip and fall accident and in 2006 I was involved in a motor vehicle accident in 2006; resulting in various injuries. Going from being a caregiver to being an injured caregiver is what I faced. It's a problem that can effect caregivers. What happens when the caregiver - due to injuries - is no longer able to be the caregiver? What happens to the caregiver who doesn't have the financial resources to fall back on when this dilemma arises? Too often people who become caregivers for a parent(s), get...
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Dear Deadbeat, You've missed 9 birthdays, 9 Christmases, 9 Father's Days. Countless sporting events. You don't know his shoe size, his best friend's name, or his favorite subject in school. You have never been to a doctors appointment, dentist appointment, etc. You've given a total of $40.00 of financial support his entire life. That was for baby food when he was 6 months old. Sometimes I feel bad for you, knowing the way you grew up. But then I remind myself that you're a 28 year old grown "man". You will likely never know the size of the hole you've caused inside of our son. The hole that makes him sit quietly, thinking, when his friends are talking about their dads. The hole that made him ask me why he can't see you when we picked my stepson up from visitation with his Mom. The...
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Divorce is like death….the death of the person you love the most. You feel their absence acutely. It brings with it the added bonus, however, of excruciating guilt and/or the agony of rejection because you either chose this or it was chosen for you. There’s a constant battle with indecision and regret…you’re always second guessing yourself because you feel like you could take it all back if you really wanted to. You could have prevented it if you were only just a little more perfect. Everything could go back to how it used to be and the pain could all disappear if only... Imagine that; mourning the death of a loved one, wondering if you should try to bring them back…..but knowing you can’t, or you shouldn’t, even though deep down you really want to. Just because you handle life on...
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You know who you are, I just want you to know that dating you was the biggest mistake I have ever made, no joke! You was totally my rebound and I'm not even ashamed to admit it. You used to stare at my ass when you would walk home behind me, which was oddly enough creepy but not as creepy as me finding your Facebook, knowing it was you; but yet asking if it was you. Anyways, I thought whatever he seems cool, he's friends with my cousin so sure let's be friends. No, no, no. Two days later, also two days after my boyfriend dumped me, you was texting me and knew something was wrong so you came over on your stupid little mini bike. Well, I thought hm. He seems really nice to make sure I'm okay. But then...BOOM. You asked me if I wanted to go see the graffiti train (the...
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Dear Him, When you assaulted me in 2004, I felt nothing but confusion, fear, worry and most of all shame. Shame at myself for not fighting back harder. I had no idea what was going on, no idea why it was happening, no idea why it was happening to me - out of the billions of people on this earth, why did it have to be me? Ever since that day, I kept that secret. I continued to be friends with your daughter, she was my best friend. She was feeling so sad and I couldn't let your actions destroy my friendship with my best friend. Even though she did punch me in the mouth at school, when I asked her if she was okay, or when she dug her nails into my arm because she was angry. I forgave her every time, most likely because I was gullible. The years went by and the secret stayed...
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You are in my dreams as if I know you; Like I've seen your face before. It's hazy but definitely recognizable. Like the dark cloud that's always in the corner of my eye. I could feel you there, I could smell you but I could not see you. If feels as though, perhaps you know me as well, For you have faintly whispered my name again and again. Yet, we have never met. I've heard about you in real life, I'm almost certain you've heard about me; not that it's a small town but we've had friends in common before and you know, people talk. I've heard how amazing you are and how good you make people feel, you might have heard the same about me! Which is why it's beyond me as to why we've never met. Still here I am fighting another sleepless night with intermittent dreams of you. Your wonderful,...
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To the man that walked away, I have for so long thought about contacting you again, but every time I have gotten close to it one thought goes through my head; you chose to walk away. First I do feel it necessary to tell you thank you because you have given me my son, a beautiful son that I would give everything and do anything for but, that is the only gratitude or even slightly good feeling I have toward you. I next want you to know that with every part of my being I hate you and not only as man but a person in general I am so mad at you for leaving not just me but him too, he did nothing to deserve to be left without a dad and you didn't care about anyone else except yourself I don't care that our relationship was over you didn't have to walk away from him. The thing that makes me...
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