In honor of finishing the first draft of my e-book, I’m going to be sharing some simple letter templates for you to stay in touch with people close to you in your life over the course of the next two weeks while I’m on vacation. (I’ll be popping in for the One Down, One Up on Fridays though.) You can use them as physical letters, the words to write in an email, or a starting point for an even longer letter. I’ll be sending out these letters while I’m on the road, and absolutely let me know if you send them as well!
Today’s letter is to a grandparent. Sometimes phonecalls with grandparents can be awkward. You know you’re supposed to call, but you’re not quite sure what to say or what to reflect on. One way to avoid this while still staying in touch is to send a letter (one-way communication) instead of needing to talk your way through both sides of the conversation before it happens. Also, letters tend to make people smile. Especially if you put an embarassingly large amount of stickers on the envelope before you send it, so many so that the mailman stops your grandfather and comments about it. Yes, this has happened before.
And if you’re somebody for whom grandparent phonecalls come naturally, I will take any and all comments on that below.
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