Friday, September 2, 2011

A Letter for you...



I often look in the mail with the hope that someone has sent my kids or me a letter. Thank God my mother-in-law still believes in writing. She often sends us care packages and letters. Her letters talk about her weather and what is happen in her community. My kids enjoy the fun stories and sometimes share them with their friends and teachers. Like the time their grandparents wrote about the snow and the deer in their home. That was the topic of conversation for months. Now they ask to visit the snow all the time. I feel that the art of writing letters is slowing dying. It does make me sad to know that no one writes letters as much, because I won't get to read, save or put great letter on a frame to remember. So I decided to do something about it.  Today I am asking everyone who reads this post to please write someone you love a letter. Here is my letter to you:

Dear Friend,


I would like to say thank you for being so supportive of my blog. Without you it would be very hard to have made it this far. It really warms my heart when I know that I am sharing my experiences with you. Your response to my ideas and stories has been great. I really enjoy all the support that you have given me through Facebook friends, Meetup and Twitter.  My hope is to inspire you to explore the community you live in with your family and friends.  In doing so, you will find that there are wonderful people living right next door to you.


Field Trip Mom Blog will visit  hidden treasures and well known places for families, caregivers, grandparents and educators.  I will help you find the child like beauty of exploring amusement parks,oceans, state parks, towns and even your own backyard. After you will see that you are a great listener, teacher and playmate to your child. Continue to follow me, together we will make this community a better place for children. I look forward to a future with happy children and more great adventures.


Sincerely,


Alma





“You have to take risks. We will only understand the miracle of life fully when we allow  the unexpected to happen.”
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