So I told you I want to write a letter; I did. Sent it all the way to Lombok, to one of my dearest friends. Can’t tell you how happy I am 😊
September is a month of autumn (esp. in Japan), but I named this letter “a letter of spring”.
The leaves fall in the autumn so they can give a message for flowers to bloom in the spring. This thought made me see autumn as a kind of hope.
And I hope, from the bottom of my heart, that spring will reach you soon.
Remember: It falls, and it blooms.
“In nature, the landscape love magnificent. The trees, which seemed so similar before, take on their own personalities and paint the forest in a thousand different shades. One part of the cycle of life is coming to an end. Everything will rest for a while and come back to life in the spring, in the form of flowers.”
Anyway, Lombok is indeed the farthest destination I’ve ever sent a letter to.
:’) My pray and thoughts are always with Lombok. With this simple letter, I hope another worry and doubt will be replaced with happiness.
The simplest things could make you happy, though. For me, letter is one of those things. The real form of a letter could make me see the love along with the message more clearly, since it sent with such an effort of handwriting.
This is another sample of happiness I’ve got so far. A letter from my bunso in Philippines:
You see how different you’d feel when you read the “love” in a form of a letter than just a text message? 🙂
P/s: In Tagalog, “bunso” means younger sister, “ate” means older sister.
A letter of spring is simply a representation of letters that bring happiness to the receiver. Don’t you agree?