100 Years from now you could be someone inspiration

Lately I’ve been trying to get my creative juices following so crafting, reading and internet searching.   I came across an idea that appealed to me both as a blogger and a writer.  What if we came across a letter from our great grandmother, grandfather or anyone.   Wouldn’t you be interested in what their typical day was  like?  What they were currently reading?  Music that got them moving or movies/shows they saw or where anticipating.  Also the events and news around them at the time and their opinions on these topics.

I would enjoy curling up with an old letter and being taken back to a different time.  I know I’d search for any music or books mentioned to see if still available.  Would the letter make me appreciate what I have now or would it make me sad at what I missed?

The best part is that we can be that ancestor for someone!  We can put pen to paper and write about what is happening in our lives today.  It doesn’t have to be earth shattering, it just has to be real and heart felt.  So, think about what you want to share and what is important to you now.  Wouldn’t it be cool to think of someone opening your envelope in even 50 years and learning a bit more about you and the world at the time?  We have the chance to be someone inspiration – think about it.

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2 thoughts on “100 Years from now you could be someone inspiration

  1. I love this post! I have always been the girl who buys old diaries and post cards at the flea market because I can’t stand to think that these people may have been forgotten. Thank you !

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    1. Thank you. I feel the same way. In the past year I joined Snail Mail Society in my area. There is something about writing a letter that seems to express more of you (if that makes sense!). Looking into incorporating letters, postcards into piece of art – think it would be neat.

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