#AtoZChallenge: E is for Epistolary

It's amazing how you can have something on your calendar and not think to check when you feel all day like there's something you're forgetting. 
Well, I'm making it in before midnight, so I'm still within the parameters of this month's blogging challenge. 
Your prompt for today/tonight is:

WRITE A 1,500-WORD EPISTOLARY STORY.

Not sure what "epistolary" means? It means you tell the story using journals or letters. You're not constrained only to those but for a story this length I would recommend sticking to them.
People don't practice penmanship like they used to.
People don't practice penmanship like they used to.
Here's another tip: If you're having trouble getting started, try writing in regular prose for a few hundred words, then go back and change it to epistolary format. 
Happy writing!

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