Dear white chocolate mocha from Starbucks,
You are wonderful, and make school much happier.

Dear Bach Sinfonia No. 6 in E Major,
I shall concur you. I shall.

Dear sewing projects,
I will finish you soon. Really.

Dear procrastination,
Please die so that I can get some work done.

Dear exams,
Thank you for concluding yourselves satisfactorily.

Dear organic dark chocolate bar,
Thank you for existing.

Dear Wellness Class,
Thank you for telling me the calorie counts for Chick-fil-a lemonade and prompting me to drink the Splenda sweetened version. But I won’t listen to what you have to say about the white chocolate mocha. It is my precious.

Dear practice rooms,
Thank you for being open all night so I can get everything practiced sufficiently.

Dear blog readers,
Thank you for reading this incredibly random and ridiculous post.


10 thoughts on “Dear,

  1. Hehe, I love this post! It may be random and ridiculous, but it’s pretty perfect.(: It’s probably a good thing I’m never near a Starbucks or a Chick-fil-a, because otherwise I would be drinking frappuchinos and sugary lemonades all the time!

    Good luck with the Bach! I honestly admire anyone who attempts to play or sing anything by Bach since his pieces are often so challenging (we choir members often joke that his main goal in life was to torture anyone who attempted to perform his work).


    1. Thanks Vicki! We have Starbucks and Chick-fil-a on campus, so it’s kind of an ever present temptation;)

      Bach is challenging! I never liked working on his music in high school…hopefully I will get this piece down pretty quickly. It’s all those little details that I trip up on:)

  2. Random maybe, but not ridiculous! 🙂 I especially love your letter to Bach’s Sinfonia…and I’m *quite* sure that conquer it you will!

    As for Chick-fil-a’s lemonade, someone else might tell you that Splenda is worse than lo those many cupfuls of sugar, so enjoy the better tasting drink guilt-free. You do know that playing the violin burns calories, right? 😉

    1. Haha, thanks Leanna! I hope so:)

      Well, the Splenda version actually tastes exactly the same so I didn’t care:)
      And, yes, the violin certainly burns some calories!

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