Who writes a letter to England?
Before you scroll off to other click-bait, consider this: Write one letter to the person or place of your choice. One letter.
Start with the usual, “Dear.”
Then send it.
If your letter sends death threats or rings fire alarms, this isn’t for you.
Instead, call it a request for feelings, a reminder of who matters in your life.
Write it, send it, share it.
PS: Because my in-laws came from England doesn’t mean they’re pirates, not matter what Sir Francis Drake says.
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