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Sugar coated dreams of owning a bakery.


Today a little bit of you wound up in my mailbox. In a week filled with so much overwhelming stress, you managed to make things a little more bearable. Over 5,600 miles away and I can still count on you to make my most stressful weeks a little less awful. You sent me a postcard with 4 sentences scribbled on the back. 4 sentences that wouldn’t mean much to most people, but meant the world to me: a standard greeting, a fun fact, an inside joke and a sentiment. Every word made me smile more knowing exactly what you were doing and thinking when you wrote this out. Oddly enough, my favorite part was the end. We have a different situation than most and signing our cards or letters to each other has always been…confusing. At Valentine’s Day I took a leap and started signing things with a heart. You stuck to your standard dash, followed by your name and last initial. But this time was different. This time your signature dash lingered behind a scribble of a heart. A second thought that made me ache for you in my life more than ever. That little heart reassured me that all the doubts in my head can quiet down for the time being. Apparently it’s true; distance really does make the scribble heart grow fonder.

Today a little bit of you wound up in my mailbox. In a week filled with so much overwhelming stress, you managed to make things a little more bearable. Over 5,600 miles away and I can still count on you to make my most stressful weeks a little less awful. You sent me a postcard with 4 sentences scribbled on the back. 4 sentences that wouldn’t mean much to most people, but meant the world to me: a standard greeting, a fun fact, an inside joke and a sentiment. Every word made me smile more knowing exactly what you were doing and thinking when you wrote this out. Oddly enough, my favorite part was the end. We have a different situation than most and signing our cards or letters to each other has always been…confusing. At Valentine’s Day I took a leap and started signing things with a heart. You stuck to your standard dash, followed by your name and last initial. But this time was different. This time your signature dash lingered behind a scribble of a heart. A second thought that made me ache for you in my life more than ever. That little heart reassured me that all the doubts in my head can quiet down for the time being. Apparently it’s true; distance really does make the scribble heart grow fonder.

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