lets say your close good friend is moving in 2 weeks and you decided to write a letter you've known her for like 2 years you guys talked a lot had classes together and when you guys had problems you guys had been there for each other and you guys get a long with her a lot what would you write her in a a letter? cause i need help on how to start a letter for a friend whos leaving and im really sad....but and i need example for a letter so what would you write?
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Relationships category? Maybe give some free advice about: Friendship? priforeva answered Saturday December 15 2007, 10:38 am: As my teacher is making us wright a leter for chistmas. And she told us to wright to someone we loved and cared about. Just then i thought about my friend who is moving jan2 2007 and i will miss her a lot. She was my best friend and i told her everything. And in the letter we were told to wright how we carer about the,what kind of present you will be willing to give them and it had to be somthing special and not somthig you could by with money. So i would choose that this whole winter break she and i would have the best time. she could stay over At my house and we could have the best time ever. And third we shoujld reming them of the good times and how much we would miss them. ithink a letter is better to wright because she can keep it forever and nver have to wonder what was that PriforevaSaid to me. And i hope when she recives my letter she connects as i did [ priforeva's advice column | Ask priforeva A Question ]
Brandi_S answered Thursday June 7 2007, 4:21 pm: I like the idea of writing a letter. To sit down and put a pen to paper seems more personal than an email. But either way, it is a very nice idea for you to do for your friend.
I can't tell you what to write in specifics, but I can tell you the best way to go about it is to sit back and reflect on all the good times you've shared. Write down each thought and memory as it comes to you.
For example: "Remember that time we had that sleep-over at your house and dah da dah..."
And: "I just don't know how class will ever be the same with you not there..."
And so on.
Then, when you are done, sign your name to it and give it to her.
A letter such as this doesn't have to be written in the traditional, professional, all neat and tidy fashion as one would write a letter, say, to the IRS or something. It can be just a page (or 10) filled with your thoughts, feelings, memories, good tidings. It's what you say that holds such meaning, not how you put it on the paper.
Hell, write every different thought on the paper going in different directions if you want. No need to write neatly on the lines as teacher has taught us...
This is something for you to be crafty with if you wish. It's special- something for you to put a lot of thought into and give it your own personal touch. See what I'm getting at?
AlmostSidney answered Wednesday June 6 2007, 6:15 am: Wow. What a run-on sentence.
I would just tell her how I miss her, what times I've had, what's going on in my life, and what times we've had together. A paragraph each. But I probably wouldn't write a letter - I would e-mail her, but that's just a personal choice, it's just me. You can always IM her if you both have the same instand-messenger. Or maybe call her. But there's nothing wrong with a letter either :)
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