I don’t know what go into me!!

One evening, when i had become over addicted to a particular photography page on Facebook  i clicked the message button and wrote the following letter. I do not know what kind of ambition possessed me or the manner of reply to expect, i got a positive feedback!

Moral: sometimes being conventional is NOT the way to go.





Dear Sir,

HERE’S HOW MUCH I WOULD LIKE TO WORK WITH YOU:

I suppose the process of producing the kind of magic you do is very involving, which is why I understand that you may not have enough time to reply all your Facebook messages-especially those that require an examination of your Ghanaian directory skills!

I want to inform you that I took it upon myself to find out where your office is. I’m told its around the K………. I trust I will find it, and I will be more than happy to present myself for an interview once you confirm the date and time most convenient for you.

There’s no telling what I might do if this mail is not replied. I am very likely to show up, well dressed and well conditioned to begin working with you. I would end my note here repeating that I am a hardworker, quite a risk taker and embarrassingly eager to work with you.  

Truly yours,

Kuukua AnnangImage

3 Comments Add yours

  1. kuukua annang says:

    hi,
    Thanks so much for your comment. true, writing gives us the delete button!
    i will try to write more often so do visit. 🙂

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  2. JJBollOX says:

    I cannot find a link to ‘follow’ your (not often) writings…

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  3. JJBollOX says:

    Writing is no easier than speaking. How often we say things that we wish we hadn’t? How often would I rephrase, re word or wipe that moment into a silent one? Yet, writing allows this: a chance to edit or not press ‘send.’
    I hope tat you will continue to explore all that this valuable gift of communication ‘may’ facilitate. I wish you luck in every risk that you take 🙂

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