Thanks for the suggestions

There have been questions from others about why we are limiting our letters to only children to their parents–WE’RE NOT!!!

I know, I know…our logo says that, but avid followers of this project know that we are being open minded.  We have contacted hospice organizations and have sent letters out to community newsletters.  Here’s a growing list of “Last Goodbyes” we’ve thought would be good:

  • Military families overseas  (we pray for the best, but never know the outcome of serving our country)
  • Hospice patients/care givers
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters  (the little bros/sis as they transition out of the relationship)
  • Make-A-Wish, wish kids

If you can think of any other groupings, please let us know!  We need all the help we can get!

2 thoughts on “Thanks for the suggestions

  1. I plan on submitting one on a good-bye letter that I had made to myself.

    Maybe letters that a person writes when they are transitioning in life, either overcoming an addiction, accepting a health issue (I’m going to submit my journal entry when I accepted my disability/hysterectomy and said good-bye to my old self), or even mentally parting with someone. Sometimes the hardest good-byes are when we loose a part of ourself.

    • Mary, I think this is a wonderful idea. It had never occurred to me, but it sounds very therapeutic. It may encourage others to write similar letters to themselves to help them through rough or transitional times of life. I look forward to reading your submission. Please remember to download and sign the Release Aggreement (it can be found by clicking on “Release Agreement” on the right side of the web page under ‘Categories’) so that I can share it with others. Thank you for your comment.

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