Dear Sun

Or maybe Dear Hot, Broiling, Sun. That’s how I’m going to start my Unsent Letter. Because I’ve got a little something something to say about this heat situation–although my brain might be too melty to make any sense.

Let me just direct you to all the particulars for the Unsent Letters site. You can get paid for a blog post, and if your letter gets selected for the book, you can get paid even more. And you don’t have to be a professional to pen a letter. Anybody can write a letter, and just about everybody’s got something to say. Plus, I don’t think there’s any specific deadline here, but honestly, I can’t really think much at all these days.

Except to say that Mr. Sun’s going to get a piece of my mind. Or what’s left of it.

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8 thoughts on “Dear Sun

  1. Cathy C.! I just hopped over there and sped-read some of the guidelines. Sounds really interesting and so unique!! Thanks, oh scathingly brilliant one!

  2. Thanks for this info! I have unwittingly been writing such letters over the past five years on my old blog. One of my main targets has been the Unqualified People Shipping folks, complete with photos of the actual carnage they exacted on my packages.

  3. I read somewhere that summer in the south/in FL is like winter in the rest of the states. We stay inside and only go out if we have to. :)When you get a chance, Cathy, come check out my Saturday post – you might find it interesting… 🙂

  4. Oh, thanks for the heads up, Madeline! I get behind in my blog hopping and I may have missed that completely–and it was WAY too good to miss!Gail, haven't sent a letter, yet, but I'm thinking…SOOOO excited for you! You have to tell me all about Chautauqua when you get back!!!!

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