letters.

March 10, 2010

"...and my breath catches in my chest until I hear three little words: You've got mail. I hear nothing. Not even a sound on the streets...just the beating of my own heart.
I have mail. From you."
-You've Got Mail

If you were to ask me on Monday what I love, I might have said Gossip Girl.
If you were to ask me on Tuesday what I love the most, I probably would have said bottomless fries at Red Robin.
But if you were to ask me what I love today, I'd have to say letters.

10 comments:

brittany barney said...

oh dear. please tell me more about mr missionary. now. where is he? whats the story? oh i see japan. my sister served there! you are too darling. i adore you!

Michelle said...

This is so adorable! Who doesn't love letters? They triumph emails by a billion.

Your envelope is so cute! I unfortunately don't know anyone on a mission to write to. But I get to meet them when they come back!

PS. Are you graduating this year?

Jessica Lynn said...

I too got a letter yesterday! oh man, I cannot even describe how great they are. I'm glad we're enjoying this together.

Brittany said...

this won't surprise you, but You've Got Mail is a personal favorite. maybe i have it memorized.

also, i know the letter feeling well. best days ever.

sydney said...

i remember how great getting letters was. i loved checking the mail and finding something in there. oh the joy of writing missionaries!

Erin said...

I love letters. Nothing makes me happier than a mailbox full of letters and cards and parcels. Pure joy!

And I adore You've Got Mail. Love that quote!

Jalene said...

those envelopes are all too familiar in my life. my missionary was in japan too... but that didn't work out so well. haha.

but i want to hear more about this missionary man. when does he get home??

´´Saray´´ said...

I adore snail mail correspondence since I was a child (started corresponding with people when I was aged 11) it´s such a lovely feeling to open the mailbox and find a handwritten letter :)
Greetings from Spain.

Cassidie Anne said...

I know you don't know me....but.....my probably best friend is in Japan in Fukuoka as well. The address' are very similar. I don't have his with me now to compare. that is crazy!! I must say I love letters too.

miss lex: said...

again...i just came across your blog...and i love it. ooooh i know exactly how you feel. i LOVE getting missionary letters :) :) and you've got mail. possibly the best show. ever.

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