I took this in Hills last Summer.
Dear Cell Phone,
I know I put you off for a long time. I promise I wasn't playing that girl game of hard to get, I just really wasn't sure if I was ready for a relationship and I didn't want to string you along. You seemed really cool and I was afraid of hurting you. You have to admit, there is some hassle and money and time commitment when we're talking about getting involved. Frankly, I just wasn't sure if I wanted to be that accessible either.
Once my girls got old enough to start using their own cell phones, I was able to see that some of the freedoms I was worried about losing, would be replaced by other, very important liberties. Dude, you've made it so I'm not stuck at home waiting to hear from my girls. I can actually have a social life. I also had no idea that you possessed so many other attractive qualities. Sure, you look good and you do a great job communicating, but you've also really helped me get more organized. You wake me up even when the electricity goes out, you keep track of all my friends, and best of all you motivate me to run with your amazing Mp3 skillz. It seems like I owe you a HUGE apology for underestimating you and taking you for granted.
At the risk of dropping the L bomb, I'll stop just short and say, I really, really really like you a lot. I just hope I haven't screwed things up between us by my initial hesitation. If you give me another chance, I promise you'll have my full attention and devotion. I'll even try harder to get better at texting on you and stop writing wordy tomes to my friends and family.