Whenever I see someone that I want to talk to, or want to let know something, I write it down. It started as a way to give compliments without having to talk to people I didn't know. It was a way to spread positivity without the anxiety. Slowly, as I gained more confidence and as I grew up, it became less about the people I didn't know and more about the people I did. In this collection of letters, I've written to so many different people. From an Olive Garden Waiter who gave me an extra bowl of soup to C.C. Babcock from The Nanny. From a guy I saw watching Psych in the library to a waitress I fell in love with for 2 hours. From the intangible concept of breakfast, to my high school nemesis. I've written to far and wide. These letters are my quiet way of spreading positivity to people I'll never meet and the people I feel like I know.