American author Mark Twain wrote, “Generally, the fewer the words that fully communicate or evoke the intended ideas and feelings, the more effective the communication.”
Reading the old letters I wrote you bulbed a light.
Besides being inconsistent, how can I make YOU read the old letters?
P.S. is only at the end of 2 of the 36 letters. But that’s the genius part about it because the writer writes again and the reader reads again.
P.S. will be for things I wanted to say but glad I didn’t say because it would’ve messed up the flow of the letter. But there’s a catch…
I won’t write it in the same sitting I wrote the letter.
It may be a week from then. Two weeks. Three weeks. A month. Two months. AND …
P.S. will CONSTANTLY be updated.
So there will be days where there’s not a NEW letter but an UPDATE to a previous letter’s P.S.
What more can I say?
P.S. Now it’s 3 out of 37. I got some catching up to do.
American author Joan Didion said, “We forget all too soon the things we thought we could never forget.”
How quickly they forget.
Remember I said to check this website daily. I will write you letters on a consistent basis.
So, going an entire week without writing a new letter will show inconsistency, huh?
You’ll probably start to think, “He has writer’s block.” “He’s too busy for me.”
No … No … NO!!!
You remember when you use to lay your hand flat on the paper so you could trace it to draw a turkey?
Well, that hand doesn’t come to life to block you from writing. I do NOT get writer’s block.
And I ALWAYS have time for YOU. I have nothing but.
So, what will be the reason for a future inconsistency?
THE LAST FIVE LETTERS!
Especially the most recent.
I know Har+new won’t happen over-night. So, sometimes I have to “fake” inconsistency.
This gives the last five letters and as well as the older entries replay value; increases the chances of being read again.
Inconsistency-My way of helping you to remember. Hahahahahahaha!