Dear Michael,
Heather Nann

I was scared to reply. Because I don’t know what to say.

I equally wanna say something to reply all you just said but it seems like you’ve said everything and there’s just nothing left to say anymore. I don’t know if it’s the weight those words carry that made me dumbfounded to the extent that I know any Shit could fall off if I open my mouth to utter a word.

I know there should be something left to say, but right now, it’s just not coming. And merely reading those words makes my heart leap for joy over and over again and wanna make me cry — I don’t know why.

You just gave me the Best gift I will always remember for the rest of my life. Those words sent shivers down my spine and came back to give me a good pat at the back.

And YES! I will forever be grateful! — I think I can say this with more confidence now — and even more grateful that I could connect with someone like you.

More grateful that I read this piece today and more grateful that I ended up getting a birthday gift that I will NEVER EVER FORGET — Your words.

Thanks Heather.

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