In this letter #toHER, we collected five letters to celebrate our mums. This is to the mums that are cherished, missed, or just remembered. We hope you read this knowing how much you’re loved. Happy Mothers’ Day.
In this letter #toHER, Mary writes to Christiana, a friend she wants back. She writes about the first time they met, and the last time they shared a meaningful connection. Mary hopes Christy reads this letter and wants to fix their friendship. But if she doesn’t, these are her parting words.
In this letter #toHER, Lucy writes to Danielle, her ex-crush. She opens up about the moments that made her fall for Danielle, and the ones that also remind her of why they could’ve never worked out. Now, Lucy just wants to be friends, but does Danielle want the same thing?
In this letter #ToHER, Ibukun writes to her older sister, Sis La. She lets her sister know why she can’t imagine life without her and shares the moments that show how effortlessly they’ve loved each other since Ibukun was born.
In this letter #ToHER, Dammy writes to Lydia, her gym buddy. From laughing in between gruelling workouts to sharing puff puff right after, she reminisces on their time together now that Lydia has left the country, and reminds her that no matter the distance, they’ll always be friends.
“Thank you for 53 years of love and friendship, mum.” In this letter #ToHER, Onyeche writes to her late mum, Patience. She reflects on the effortless bond they shared, the moments she wants to relive and the parts of their friendship she hopes to share with her daughter.
“Chim, I miss the days I could talk to you about anything.” In this letter #toHER, Fiona writes to an old friend, about the precious moments they once shared. In between all the love, she finally opens up about being hurt.
In this letter #toHER Sere writes to her best friend, Tega. She’s scared to admit it, but they’ve been best friends since 2014. Now, it’s been four months of living together as friends and hopefully, they don’t kill each other.
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