Goodwill words…plenty written and sent; not as many posted

Am way behind on adding updates to my ‘goodwill words’ project. Here is today’s contribution. (It’s one thing to write the notes and letters. Posting them is a whole other ballgame. 🤔)

Thanks for visiting.

Goodwill words…starting the year on a ‘good note’

The note’s cover image

As stated before, writing is an act of faith…faith that your words will impact a reader.

But I have to remind myself to have faith that the words can impact the writer as well.

Some good reminders here...

Writing to Help Others

Photo by Glenn Carstens-Peters on Unsplash

Just a 15-second GIF-flick to give writers [including me] some ideas on sharing our time and writing interests.

And the item inspiring this post…

Here’s hoping the holiday season [despite the weirdness and reduced connections with others] is yielding a few realizations of life’s other fortunes.

This December sunrise, for instance.

Or this towering reminder of the season.

The 12 DAYS OF LOVE LETTER WRITING project continues.

While my draft to Ann Maria ‘cools’, thought I would check in.

Hoping your season is still revealing blessings.

Here is an 11-second tour of
most of the More Love Letters requests.

More from THE 12 DAYS OF LOVE LETTER WRITING!

Image by John Hain from Pixabay

Here is the current list of requests
–updated daily.

Confession…I’m falling behind! Luckily, I have till the 22nd to get them in the mail.

If you do participate, why not create a quick word cloud highlighting that person’s special traits? Then print it out on the paper you’ll use for your letter.

More ‘goodwill words’ for loveforourelders.org folks

memories are timeless treasures of the heart

It’s as if I’m getting to know the recipients.

In reality, though, I don’t know where these are sent.

But I’ve always trusted Love for Our Elders to find those deserving people.

And its Instagram pages continue to encourage me.

Contributing to this larger ‘goodwill words’ project…

Not too late to join us: https://www.moreloveletters.com/

Here is a 1-minute video of the first letter request. Just click pause where needed to take in the entire request.

By all means, pass this post along to interested writers.