An Unsent Message To Sandra
It’s been four years since you passed away, and not a day goes by where I don’t think about you. I wish I had told you how much you meant to me before you died.
What inspired you to write the unsent message to Sandra
It was early morning, the sun had just begun to peek over the horizon, and the birds were singing. I sat down at my desk, coffee in hand, and began to write. The words came easily, as if they had been waiting for me. It was a message to Sandra, my best friend from high school. We hadn’t spoken in years, but I still thought about her often. I told her about my life since we last spoke, about my husband and my children. I told her how much I missed her and how I wished things had turned out differently. I poured my heart into that letter, and when I was finished, I felt lighter, as though a burden had been lifted. I didn’t send it, though. It was just for me, a way to express the thoughts and feelings I had been carrying around for so long.
What emotions were you feeling when you wrote the unsent message to Sandra
When I wrote the unsent message to Sandra, I was feeling a mixture of emotions. I was angry at her for ignoring me, hurt that she didn’t seem to care about my feelings, and frustrated that our friendship seemed to be falling apart. But underneath all of those negative emotions, I still cared about her and wanted to patch things up.
What did you hope to achieve by writing the unsent message to Sandra
I was hoping to achieve a sense of closure by writing the unsent message to Sandra. I wanted to express my feelings and thoughts about what had happened between us, and to say goodbye in a way that felt right to me. It was also important to me to communicate my gratitude for the good times we shared. I hope that Sandra will read the message and understand why I chose to write it, and that it will help her to move on from our relationship in a positive way.
Why did you never send the unsent message to Sandra
I’m sorry I never sent that message to Sandra. It’s just that, after I wrote it, I realized how much I still cared for her. And I couldn’t bear to see her with someone else.
What would you have done differently if you had sent the unsent message to Sandra
If I had sent the unsent message to Sandra, I would have been more specific about my feelings and what I wanted from her. Instead of just saying “I’m sorry,” I would have said something like, “I’m sorry for what happened between us. I miss you and I want to talk to you.”
How do you think Sandra would have reacted if she had received the unsent message
If Sandra had received the unsent message, she would have been surprised. She would have wondered why the person who sent it didn’t want her to see it.
What has changed since you wrote the unsent message to Sandra
I’m not sure what you’re asking me.
Would you still send the unsent message to Sandra if you could
It was one in the morning and I was drunk, scrolling through my phone contacts trying to find someone to talk to. I found Sandra’s name and hovered my thumb over the message button. We hadn’t talked in months, not since that fight. But I was drunk and feeling lonely, so I decided to send her a message. I typed out a long apology for what happened between us and hit send. Then I regretted it immediately. What if she hates me now? What if she doesn’t even want to talk to me? I tried to delete the message but it was too late, it had already been sent. So I sat there, staring at my phone, waiting for a response that may never come.
What have you learned from writing the unsent message to Sandra
I’ve learned that it’s important to be honest with yourself, and to express your true feelings. Sometimes we bottle things up because we’re afraid of how the other person will react, but ultimately it’s not worth it. Sandra, I hope you can forgive me for what I did, and I hope we can still be friends.
What advice would you give to someone else in a similar situation
If you find yourself in a difficult situation, here are some pieces of advice that may help you out. First, try to stay calm and think clearly. It can be difficult to do this when you’re feeling overwhelmed, but it’s important to remember that panic and rash decisions rarely lead to good outcomes. Second, take some time to assess your options and figure out what the best course of action may be. This may mean talking to someone else for guidance or doing some research on your own. Lastly, don’t be afraid to ask for help if you need it. There’s no shame in admitting that you can’t handle everything on your own and sometimes other people can offer valuable assistance.