An Unsent Message To Maggie (unsent messages to maggie)

An Unsent Message To Maggie

“Maggie, I’m sorry. I’m sorry for what I said, and I’m sorry for how I said it. I was wrong, and I want to make things right.”


What inspired you to write an unsent message to Maggie


You were always one of my favorite people. I don’t know if you ever knew that. I always loved your sense of humor and the way you could make me laugh, even when I didn’t want to. You were always so kind and caring, even when no one else was. I always admired that about you.

I don’t know why I’m writing this now, after all this time. Maybe it’s because I finally realized how much you meant to me. Or maybe it’s because I need to tell you how much I miss you.

I miss you, Maggie. I miss your laugh and your smile. I miss hearing you sing in the shower. I miss talking to you about nothing and everything. I miss just being around you.

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I know you’re gone and you’re never coming back, but I just wanted to let you know how much you meant to me. I hope you’re happy where you are and that you’re finally at peace.

I love you, Maggie.


What made you choose to never send it

There are a few reasons why I chose never to send my blog out into the world. First and foremost, it’s a very personal space for me. It’s where I come to share my thoughts and feelings, and I don’t necessarily want to share those with everyone. Additionally, I’m not sure I’m ready to put myself out there like that. It’s a lot of work to maintain a blog, and I’m not sure I’m ready to make that commitment. Finally, I value my privacy and anonymity, and I’m not sure I want to give that up by putting my name and face out there on the internet.


Why do you think Maggie would have wanted to hear this message

Maggie had been through a lot lately. First, her mom had died unexpectedly. Then, her dad had been diagnosed with cancer. Maggie was struggling to cope with everything that was happening.

So when she found out that her friend had died, it was just too much for her to handle. She needed to hear something that would make her feel better. That’s why she would have wanted to hear the message from her friend. It would have given her some comfort during this difficult time.


What do you think could have happened if you had sent the message

If you had sent the message, it is possible that the recipient would have received and read it.

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How do you feel about not sending the message now

I’m not sure how I feel about not sending the message now. On one hand, I’m relieved that I don’t have to put myself out there and risk rejection. On the other hand, I’m disappointed that I won’t get the chance to see if there could be something between us.


Do you think you’ll ever write another unsent message to Maggie

I’m not sure. I wrote that message over a year ago, and a lot has changed since then. We’ve both moved on to other relationships and I’m not sure if there’s still any unresolved feelings between us.

If there is, then I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to write another unsent message to Maggie. It would just feel like I’m reopening old wounds that have finally healed. But who knows? Maybe someday we’ll cross paths again and I’ll find the courage to tell her how I really feel.


What do you think would happen if Maggie found out about the message

Maggie would be so excited to find out about the message! She would probably start planning her response right away. I think she would be really touched that someone took the time to write her a message.


What made you decide to write the message down

There are a lot of things that go through my head on a daily basis. Most of them are unimportant and quickly forgotten, but every once in a while I’ll have a thought that sticks with me. Recently, I had one of those thoughts and decided to write it down.

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I’m not sure what made me decide to write the message down, but I’m glad I did. It was something that I needed to get off my chest, and putting it into words helped me to organize my thoughts. Plus, it’s always nice to look back and see what was on my mind at a certain point in time.

Writing things down has always been therapeutic for me, and this was no exception. If you’re ever feeling overwhelmed or just need to get something out, I recommend giving it a try. You might be surprised at how much better you feel afterwards.


What did writing the message do for you

It was cathartic. It felt good to finally tell my story and to have it out there in the world. It was also empowering to know that I wasn’t alone and that other people had been through similar experiences.


How do you think Maggie would have responded to the message

Maggie would have been pleased to receive the message.