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Wednesday, February 02, 2005


I started a yahoo account when I was 17 years old. In this past year, if I didn't check it daily, I'd have well over 100 spam emails. Imagine what it looked like when I came home from my honeymoon. Not pretty.

I'm a very organized person and I had many folders which kept things from my days in college where a student got my email address from a teacher and started harassing me, to the very first letters Aaron and I sent back and forth to one another from match.com.

So, when I created a new yahoo account with my married name, I deleted my old yahoo account.

Yes, in my haste, I forgot to save the letters.

::commence shock and tears::

Those letters were precious to me and I can't believe I didn't think about them before hitting that delete button. Aaron saw how upset I was, and printed out the few he had, and actually, I had printed them once myself. However, somewhere along the way I'm sure I threw them out, knowing that when I wanted to print them and put them in a place for safe keeping, I always had access to them.

It's times in life like these where I wish I could hit the "Edit", "Undo" button.


  • At 9:26 AM, Blogger Shannin said…

    I would love an Edit or Undo button for life. Heck, I'd even settle for an Esc or Ctrl.

  • At 11:11 AM, Blogger Idgie @ the "Dew" said…

    Did you actually delete the account or just your name and log in info. Yahoo should still have it in their archives. Maybe you can re-install your old self and get the emails?

    I cannot seem to actually get rid of any email account I have - somewhere they're still "alive".

    Good luck!

  • At 12:19 PM, Blogger lainb said…

    Awww...that's awful! :( I didn't realize you met Aaron on match.com....I've met someone from that site before too!

  • At 1:33 PM, Blogger Rebecca said…

    Aww Im really sorry. Ive had things either deleted or when my computer crash that it made me really sad. I used to have me and Ryans first convo saved on the comp too, I THINK it may still be on a disk somewhere, at least Im hoping!

  • At 2:12 PM, Blogger Denise said…

    Awww...I'm sorry you lost your letters, but you DO have the wonderfully sweet Aaron! Also, I would love an "Undo" on life events. Lord, I'd be "Undo-ing" like a madwoman!!!

  • At 3:05 PM, Blogger Jenniy said…

    Aww, I'm so sorry! I'd be upset about that too :( I used to save ALL the cute/funny voice mail messages I received until I had so many it would take like an hour to go through and resave them (when my VM would tell me they were too old) and I finally had to suck it up and delete them all.


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