I often think of my friends or family and wonder what they’re up to, or remember to tell them something. Distance is nothing these days – all it takes is a text or a call.
But my phone is out of reach, I’m in the middle of something and I can’t immediately do it, and I forget.
I’m going to try and stop. Stop what I’m doing and say it immediately.
Hi. How are you? Are you OK? Was today a good day? If I don’t ask, you may not have the time to tell me of your own volition.
So here it is. I miss you and wish you were here.
Well, not right this minute – I’ve got a cold and I’m bunged up and snotty. But I read an article I’d love to share and I watched an interview on the lost art of letter writing.
I love letters. I found some you wrote to me from Rhodes and they’re a wonderful glimpse into a life at a specific time.
I’m going to try and keep up my letters to you. It’s a form of diary too I suppose. And it’s selfish too. Writing is important to me – and I’m hoping this helps me to feel closer to you and inspires my life further. Much love xx