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RTT: February Brief Epistles

They’re Random! They’re Thoughts! It’s Thursday!

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This week: Brief Epistles ~ February Edition*

  • Dear Father Time:

I understand it flying when having fun, but most nights, I’m just eating, curling up under a blanket, and watching crap TV. And still, the time I’m home flies by way faster than the time I work. Can you please explain why?

Patiently,

She who loves a Power Point presentation for explanations

 

  • Dear Back Pain:

You’re really starting to be a pain in the… right shoulder blade region. Note to self: Get some Icy/Hot patches. Are they the ones Shaq recommends? If they work on a basketballer who’s, like, 13 feet tall, they’ll work for me.

Yours,

She who types gingerly because even that makes the pain act up

 

  • Dear Herrs:

That’s some tasty popcorn you have in the little snack bags. Thanks.

Saltily, butterily yours,

She who made Herrs hers

 

  • Dear Philly Soft Pretzel I’ll Have for Breakfast This Morning:

Don’t worry. I still love you more.

Territorily yours,

She who passes the mustard

 

  • Dear Puns:

They don’t always work, but nice try there.

Sincerely,

She who gives an A for effort

 

  • Dear Yoda:

Sometimes, there is try. Just sayin’.

With love,

She who has the force with her, even if she disagrees with your little green self


* Brief Epistle editions of RTT are published on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Click the category to read more. Or click here.

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