Letters of Advice to Echo

5 Mar
Henry G. Izaat Students Writing Advice to Echo

Henry G. Izaat Students Writing Advice to Echo

The famous twin sister advice columnists, Pauline Phillips of “Dear Abby” and Eppie Lederer of “Ask Ann Landers,” would no doubt have agreed that the following student letters of advice to Echo are full of admirable common sense—with a welcome pinch of tongue-in-cheek thrown into the mix. Student art works are so pleasing too. Enjoy!

Poor Echo

Poor Echo, Illustration Color Work by Student Artist

Letter One

Ms. Echo
c/o 1 Echoey Cave
Ancient Greece

Dear Ms. Echo,

I feel sorry for you! So here is some advice: I think you should just forget about Narcissus and go do what you love. Maybe you should join an art club or a group of friends. Learn to love yourself!

Believe in yourself! Know that there is more to you than what Narcissus says. You’re beautiful and you already have lots of potential! So what are you waiting for? Get out of that cave and live your life the way you should!

Yours Truly, A.W.

Letter Two

Ms. Echo
c/o 1 Echoey Cave
Ancient Greece

Dear Ms. Echo,

I think that you should go back to your village and find someone else and eat instead of wasting away.

True love isn’t about looks. It’s about what’s on the inside.

Yours Truly, D.

Letter Three

Ms. Echo
c/o 1 Echoey Cave
Ancient Greece

Dear Ms. Echo,

I’m so sad to hear that you are hiding in caves. You are so beautiful and kind. You just need confidence. Some people think Narcissus is really mean. I think you let him control you too much. You shouldn’t let Narcissus control you. You are your own person. I think that you should go to the town and meet some people and make friends. You need to be confident.

Yours Truly, S.J.

Letter Four

Ms. Echo
c/o 1 Echoey Cave
Ancient Greece

Dear Ms. Echo,

I wish you weren’t hiding in a cave!!! We could be best friends or you could have met new friends. You could play hockey, or go into acting. Do anything to get your mind off of Narcissus.

All you’ve got to do is believe.

Yours Truly, T.

More Fine Student Color Work

More Fine Student Color Work

Letter Five

Ms. Echo
c/o 1 Echoey Cave
Ancient Greece

Dear Ms. Echo,

How come you always hide away in your cave? Go outside and find yourself a hobby you’ll enjoy! I’m sure you’ll find a great friend! You should really take a look in the mirror. You are really beautiful.

You are a sweet and kind girl with a loving heart. You had sympathy for Narcissus when he drowned. I hope you find true love again!

Yours Truly, M.

Letter Six

Ms. Echo
c/o 1 Echoey Cave
Ancient Greece

Dear Ms. Echo,

Echo! Come on, get out of that cave. Go outside. Meet some nice friends. Meet a guy that loves you for you, not like how Narcissus treated you. That was just mean and rude. And even though you got cursed to echo everybody, it doesn’t matter because it is not your fault. Go join some clubs, like dancing, hockey, rhythmic gymnastics. Eat! There is more than a million people in the world. That means that there will be a perfect match for you and that guy. Think of the positives, not the negatives.

Yours Truly, S.T.

Letter Seven

Ms. Echo,
c/o 1 Echoey Cave
Ancient Greece

Dear Ms. Echo,

Hello! I’m C. and I’m here to give some advice. Stop trying! He’s not meant for you! You’re B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L. He will most likely change you! I’m sure anyone would like you. They’ll date you. But he’s selfish and only cares about himself.

Well, BYE-BYE.

Yours Truly, C.

Letter Eight

Ms. Echo,
c/o 1 Echoey Cave
Ancient Greece

Dear Ms. Echo,

You have a great voice! You should be an auction person or you can be a news reporter. I feel bad that your heart got broken. You don’t have to hide in your cave. Go out and find a new man. It doesn’t matter about looks. It’s what’s inside the heart.

Yours Truly, B.

Narcissus as a Flower, More Fine Student Color Work

Narcissus as a Flower, More Fine Student Color Work

Now you’ve read some letters of advice to Echo, watch for the upcoming letters of advice to that narcissistic Narcissus!

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