Women say Port Angeles needs more love

PORT ANGELES — Three Port Angeles women plan to leave anonymous love letters around the city to give strangers an emotional boost.

The three are life coaches who collaborate through a website called Thriving on the Olympic Peninsula.

The Peninsula Daily News reported that they’re carrying on the “We Need More Love Letters” project that began in New York.

Letters of affirmation, saying things like “You are beautiful” and “You deserve love” are left on store shelves, in bus shelters or under doormats.

The recipient doesn’t know who sent the letter, which has no agenda except to spread love.

The women are holding a letter writing party Wednesday at the Port Angeles Library.

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Online: www.MoreLoveLetters.com

www.thrivingontheop.com

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