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You’ll Always Be My Baby, The Seven

My love, The Seven,

I can’t believe it’s been over two years since you came into existence and changed my life for the better.

Seven, I don’t even know how to continue writing this letter to you because I feel like I’ve boasted about you over a million times, and throughout those million times, I have always felt the same amount of joy and excitement I went through the moment I knew you were real.

The moment I knew you were different.

Quite honestly, you were a surprise, so to speak. And very last minute – like, in class as we were presenting our semester topic ideas last minute. I don’t know what made me do it, but I just felt compelled to write “7 Deadly Sins” in my notebook and didn’t really know where I was going with it. But, as my first three choices were kind of on the seesaw as I was presenting my ideas, I pulled out my wildcard – you – and a backstory of changing what the 7 Deadly Sins represent into something completely opposite spewed out of my mouth and that seemed to intrigue my instructor the most.

The rest was history.

After a couple of back and forth in my head and a lot of research, my excitement and belief in you grew, Seven. I very much enjoyed the fact that I was able to incorporate many of the skills and programs I loved throughout design school, into you.

Seven, you were practically the jack of all trades at that moment. Your soul was born from videos, photos, coding, web design, experiences, the dark, the light, and most of all – a narrative, stories that prove how our greatest sins can become our strongest virtues.

You’ve set the standard for everything I was about to do and everything I will continue to do.

You’ll always be my baby, The Seven.

It’s bewildering to experience moments when the best ideas come when you least expect them.

From being a temporary wildcard to a life-changing narrative, you introduced me to a lifestyle I never believed could happen to me.

A lifestyle of possibilities, passion, and happiness.

It was also without a doubt that you were a challenge. There were moments when I wondered if I was pursuing you in a way that I wanted to portray you as. I had to work with very minimal equipment in a very minimal amount of time.

Other than the models, I brought you to life on my own. Wow, I still surprise myself when I’m reminded of how I was able to accomplish such a tremendous project on my own.

But I felt you with me all the time, Seven. Even when you were still a quarter of the way done, it was as if I was in a trance as I was penning your narratives.

The emotions were definitely not shying away, and in a way, it was as if by bringing you to life, I was allowing the essence of what it’s like to live to connect with my soul.

Thank you, Seven.

*Day 22 of 30 Letters In 30 Days – A Memorable Accomplishment

Keep being inspired and take care always,


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