Letters to Charlie
One man, several women, and the love letters they wrote him.
I’m posting this from Heathrow Airport in London, caught in a chain-reaction flight delay—the perfect time to try and get caught up with posts. I don’t have the letter with…
Ah, 1910! A new year and more Letters to Charlie. But could the return of Mr. Arthur change things?
After four long months with no Letters to Charlie, the radio silence has been lifted. Dora has forgiven him for ignoring her. But was that the right thing to do?
Uh oh. Dora may have jumped the shark by telling Charlie she loved him in the last installment of Letters to Charlie.
In Letters to Charlie #14 Dora starts off a bit annoyed, but really, she’s simply frustrated with Charlie because she so desperately wants to see him.
Dora writes again from Benton New Hampshire where she is convalescing, and we get a clue as to why she is there in this week’s Letters to Charlie.
Dora is back in the Letters to Charlie series, and breaking my heart a little. There’s more going on with Dora than we know.
On this Friday the 13th, we hear again from Helen, although I wonder for how much longer. Her patience is clearly waning.
I don’t know about you, but each time I make a discovery or connection in this series, I get really stinkin’ excited. I'm astounded how 109 years after these letters…
Two big things happen in this installment: Charlie’s high school graduation, and another letter. But this time... it’s not from Dora.
Instead of my usual pre-pontificating, let’s get right to the letter and talk about Dora’s words about baseball, automobiles, and gentleman callers on the other end.
My big plan of catching up by June 30th (so I can begin posting on correlating date) got derailed as I fell down the rabbit hole of research again, trying…