It was difficult getting over what we shared.

November 2, 2011

Arnold Den

64, East 6 Street,

Lewistown, Montana, 03278,

(194)-465 0217

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Dear Arnold Den,

The moments we spent together were the greatest times of my life. I guess this is why it seems only right that the time you left me with no explanation was one of the most earth shattering experiences I have ever gone through. Perhaps we just fell in love at the wrong junction of our lives. Sometimes I wonder how it would have been different had we only met at a different time or a different place. But I feel that those thoughts are irrelevant now. I’ve moved on, just as I am sure you have too.

It was difficult getting over what we shared. You meant so much to me and I was so ready to commit myself to you for the rest of my life. There was one point in time when I thought that I wouldn’t survive it, but gladly, I was able to pull through. Seeing you at the restaurant yesterday brought back a surge of memories but no more bitterness or longing. I think I’ve finally accepted that what we had is in the past and it’s time to look towards the future.

It would, however, be nice to sit down and talk to you again – as friends. I think we shared a significant part of our lives with each other and it would be such a waste to just let it all go completely. Our relationship may never be what it was like before but I would like us to still be friends. I hope you feel the same way.



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