More love letters to the world

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Hi Everyone,

I have attached a link that brings you to a list of people that need encouragement and some love letters to get them through their difficult struggle at this time! I hope that you will join me in writing some love letters and help provide some love around the world!

COLLETTE

We received a touching request for a bundle of letters for Collette as she is facing very tangible loneliness. Her daughter shared:

“For the past twenty-five years my mom has been the caregiver to her father. Last year, he passed away at the age of 100. For the last five years of his life, he developed severe dementia and struggled to do the most basic tasks for himself. For years my mom’s time, energy, and attention was devoted to nurturing my grandfather. 

After he passed away, my mom was at peace knowing that he no longer had any pain, but she misses him so much. He was her friend just as much as he was her father. She spent almost everyday with him, and now she is trying to figure out life with him gone. She hasn’t had much time to spend on herself in the last twenty years, and now that everything has changed, I think she is overwhelmed. My family and I would really appreciate help honoring the sacrifice and love my mom has given for so many years. Any words of encouragement, love, and empathy you may be able to give would be so good for her heart. Thank you.”

Grab your pens and let’s send Collette some encouragement + love.

MAIL LETTERS TO:

Collette’s bundle

℅ Lesli M. 

PO Box 211

Springville, UT 84663

USA

PLEASE HAVE ALL LETTERS IN THE MAIL BY APRIL 30, 2020.


MIA

A friend of Mia’s contacted us and is asking for some encouragement + love to be sent her way. They shared:

“Mia is one of the kindest co-workers I’ve ever had. We both work for a nonprofit called Samaritans, which provides grief support for people who have lost someone to suicide and is part of the National Suicide Prevention Helpline. Part of Mia’s job is to help the volunteers when they are on the helpline with people who are suicidal. It’s a twenty four/seven service, so she is helping at all hours of the night to support those who need someone to talk to in their darkest hours. She is one of the most selfless people I’ve ever met, but with this job, she hears a lot of sad news and feels like she isn’t doing enough to help people. I am hoping to send her a bundle of letters to show her the light in the world and to remind her that she herself is a light to those who are at their lowest point.”

Grab your pens and send some encouragement to Mia with us!

MAIL LETTERS TO:

Mia’s bundle

℅ Alexandra W. 

535 School St Apt 2

Belmont, MA 02478

USA

PLEASE HAVE ALL LETTERS IN THE MAIL BY APRIL 30, 2020.


ANDREW

Andrew’s girlfriend shared part of his recent struggles with the More Love Letters family. She wrote:

“Andrew is one of the funniest men I have ever met. He is a super analytical and intelligent twenty year old. Despite this, Andrew hates school. He is currently in his third year at university and just received several bad exam grades. He has been told by his advisor that he will need to take a fifth year (possibly more) to get into his major and graduate. In addition to these challenges, his mother recently got diagnosed for the second time with lung cancer. 

Andrew says that he is fine and that he believes she will get better, but I know that he is very terrified. His mom is the only family that he has. All of this has occurred in the last two months and I can see it weighing on him both physically and mentally. He is so unsure of the future and has lost a lot of hope for himself. I think that receiving some words of encouragement from people far and wide could really lift his spirits and show him that he has people rooting for him. I know that he would be overwhelmed with gratitude if someone out there was willing to show him support.”

Please join us as we offer Andrew the support he is very deserving of!

MAIL LETTERS TO:

Andrew’s bundle

℅ Madilyn M. 

2228 Indianola Ave.

Columbus, OH 43201

USA

PLEASE HAVE ALL LETTERS IN THE MAIL BY APRIL 30, 2020.


BERYL

Beryl’s granddaughter is requesting a bundle of letters for her while she battles feelings of isolation and loneliness, for a number of reasons. Her granddaughter shared:

“My grandmother, Beryl, has been living on her own ever since my grandfather was moved into a nursing home due to his Parkinson’s disease. Especially at the moment she is struggling with loneliness; she has to self-isolate and is feeling very alone and useless, as she has always been a woman to do things for herself and my grandfather. She lives in a tiny coastal town in Ireland and has one daughter and two granddaughters (including me). She is very headstrong, and she suffers from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), amongst other things. She is eighty-two years old and more independent than I will ever be. I know she would love to hear from people of all ages during this time.”

Please join us as we share our lives + encouragement with Beryl!

MAIL LETTERS TO:

Beryl’s bundle

℅ Kerri T. 

218A Main Road Cloughey

Newtownards

Co. Down

Northern Ireland

PLEASE HAVE ALL LETTERS IN THE MAIL BY APRIL 30, 2020.


ERIN

Erin was recently diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)— a nervous system disease that weakens the muscles. A young mama of two little girls and wife, Erin loves her family more than anything and has worked for many years as a dance teacher in her community. Erin is continuing to be strong and face each new day and challenge as it comes but we would love to rally around her and remind her that she is never fighting alone. 

 Let’s all join in sending Erin love as she bravely faces this new season of life.

MAIL LETTERS TO:

Erin’s Bundle

℅ Megan M.

267 Melba St, Apt. A15

Milford, CT 06460

USA

PLEASE HAVE ALL LETTERS IN THE MAIL BY APRIL 30, 2020.

LucyLu!

2 Comments on “More love letters to the world

    • I love writing letters! I did this as a child to all my friends and when I was living in Portugal, that was how I stayed in contact with all my friends. I guess that brings me back to my childhood! I would always run to the mailbox as I was excited to see if a letter had arrived for me! Words on paper is nothing like it!

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