Today I woke up with the feeling of joy and inspiration. It was early, quiet, and my room was lit with the morning sun. I looked at my husband, still sleeping, and remembered everything… It was your book that left such a shiny trace in my heart. I received it right after you sent me your letter, but wasn’t able to read because I was working on my novel at that time. Yesterday I decided to celebrate the end of my work by reading your romance. I can tell you, it was the best way to do it. I laughed, and cried, and experienced everything your characters (you) did, and all those feelings and emotions are still alive. I know how love feels -- exactly the way you described. So I kissed my husband and wished both of you a wonderful morning, and weekend, and future… You have such a lovely sense of humor and tender hearts!
You know, I think it’s not love itself, but a rare chance to meet each other that makes it a miracle. There are so many people on earth, and we meet them every day, every minute, but only one person becomes irreplaceable. But what is a chance of finding one's true match in such a short period of time as human life? It should be very small, indeed. I always say that God gives chances, but people make choices. Your story is a great example of it. I myself knew from the first minute I met Vadim that he was “the one and only.” And I wasn’t even 18 then… Each time we said good-bye to each other I felt my soul was cut out of me. And now, when he comes home from work I feel such happiness as if I haven’t seen him for ages and finally we’re together. It doesn’t go away. It grows stronger, and it also makes me feel how fragile life is, and how short… When you’re in love, each moment together is a gift. This simple truth is inaccessible to those who don’t know what love is.
So, thank you again for sharing your story with me. I also think it has a very good potential for a romantic comedy.
Love to both of you,