This is never an easy letter to write, but it still needs to be written. Recently through no fault of my own, you were accidently deleted out of my life. Totally, systematically, completely and irretrievably deleted out of my life. It was not you, it was me. Although in some cases this is not a bad thing, it was not my goal to end our facebook lives together in such an abrupt manner. When I say it was me and not you, that is not entirely true. It wasn't me either. I am not interested in pointing fingers or laying blame, but trust me when I tell you that it wasn't intentional and it wasn't me. Right now I am committed to rebuilding our facebook lives together. I understand in some cases this will be more difficult than others, because when the sacred bond of trust that is present in all relationships, is broken, sometimes you never get it back. I hope this doesn't happen to us. I didn't realize how much I missed your almost constant updates, your every thought and movement chronicled to the point where I lost track of where your life began and my life ended. No one wants to walk in this world alone and just knowing you were out there watching a movie, and entering a play by play commentary about that movie made it seem like we were watching it together. Thank you! I look forward to our next meal together. Now the fact that I don't remember all of you, should not diminish the feelings I have for you and that you are missed. I want you back, even if I can't remember who you are. So, if you see me on facebook, DON'T look the other way or tag me in some unflattering photo (we both know my name isn't Dick), or worse yet, bad mouth me to our former mutual friends. I didn't pick them over you, I just remembered them first.
Looking forward to being your friend again,