In celebration of the fun at play with numbers these days, we're offering Letter Writing for $122 for the month of January 2022. That's 40% off our normal price. Email me to get your letter going!
Your Love Letter
Want to feed a relationship that’s important to you with a letter?
Perhaps it's your old friend who you haven't spoken with in years, or your brother who you admire for how he's raising his children, or your neighbor who's always so good to you and would be touched to receive a unique expression of your thanks. Perhaps it's your college mentor who you'll never forget, or your grandmother in hospice. Everyone wants to feel how loved they are.
For fun, I call it Love-Based Lettership. It means honoring the core of life — relationships — courageously through letter writing. Letters with words expressed from the heart, tuned into the wisdom of feelings and vulnerable, conscious communication. Letters written for the sake of connecting with ourselves, others and the divine.
When we experience this state of connectedness — and ultimately, union — our impact on each other and this planet is far kinder. Essentially, it is about remembering Love is who we are. When we remember that Love is who we are, even for a moment, we enter a state of mind that is rich with the power of forgiveness, compassion, clear seeing, curiosity, accountability, healing trauma and pain. When we embody these powerful values and ways, we can move ahead with Love more fully rooted as our base.
I’d be honored to write a one-of-a-kind letter for you!
What's the process?
You and I have a 45-min phone call so I can get clear on who you’re communicating with and what you want to say.
I write the letter for you and send it to you!
Letters are handwritten, post-mailed to you and also sent to you via email. Average letter length is two pages on paper and one page electronically, which equals approximately 500 words. Cost is $200. (My January 2022 special is $122.)
Here are some Kind Words people have shared about the impact of my writing and other work.
Ready to feed one of your precious relationships with Love? Send me an email.
When I was five years old, I started writing letters to friends and family. I had seen how this practice enriched my mother’s Life and felt inspired. Three years later, when I was in 2nd grade and about to take First Communion at St. Rita’s Catholic School, I told my parents, “I don’t want to do First Communion. Love is my religion.”
Since then I’ve written thousands of letters and they’re all Love letters.
Letter writing is my lifelong art and despite appearances, the art is not dead. It is alive and well for many people, like me, who find deep satisfaction in the pleasure of handwritten notes on paper and the joy of opening an envelope that was touched by someone who took the time to express their Love with pen and paper.
Outside the myth that intimacy is solely for romantic relationships, this truth exists →
Intimacy is human closeness, and our lives are much richer when we express the Love we feel openly rather than suppress it. So yes, they’re all Love letters.
Yet not everyone enjoys the art of letter writing. I’ve been told by some people that it would take them several hours to write a letter that takes me far less time. It's true; I write like I breathe. Or rather, my heart writes like my lungs breathe.