I recently read the novel "Loneliness in the network" Polish writer Janusz Wisniewski. This book is about a virtual love become a reality.
The main characters meet each other online. After a long virtual communication heroes meet in real life. I really like this book.
Today I watched the film based on this novel. But watching this film I was not as interesting as reading a book.
Maurice, you ever heard about this novel?
I understand that I'm drawn to you. I want to be closer to you. Sadly, at the moment we can only exchange letters.
Still, the letters do not give a full sense of the feelings we might experience from real relationships, meeting, kissing, hugging ...
But that communication over the Internet has given us the opportunity to open up to each other.
Hi Maurice Past letters have brought us so close together that I'm starting to miss you, by your letters. Maurice, I can confess to you that I cherish our communication. I would like to talk to you on the phone. I want to hear your voice. But I never called abroad. I do not know what will be needed for this. Write me your phone number. Also write the code for your country and the code for your city. I think it is necessary for a call. I'll try to call you soon. I'm beginning to feel that we are becoming close to each other. I have a desire to see you in reality. It seems to me that in reality you are even better. Because through letters we can not fully reveal ourselves. We can not describe our whole life in letters. After all, this is just a correspondence, and in a letter it is impossible to state all thoughts, all emotions. It would be great for me to have a conversation with you in reality, so that we could be more close than in letters ... Maurice, we have been communicating with you for some time. And now my thoughts about the future. How our communication will develop for us, destiny. Any step or act can change our life. I see a change in my life. I feel that feelings are awakening in me, which are pleasant to me. Soon my mom will have a birthday. Today I bought her a dress. I hope that my gift will please her. It's nice to give gifts, and it's twice as pleasant to receive them. Hugs, Lizi