I got my first letter from Rizel today. The first one that was written after our meeting. Here it is:
Dear Older Sister Mary Choi,
“If you can believe, all things are possible to him who believes.” Mark 9:23
First of all I would like to say gam sah ham ni da (thank you in Korean) for our bonding and at the same time visiting our place with your husband. Kuya (brother) Jin was so god and generous as well as you. Sorry if my english sometimes was not so good because at that moment, I can’t believed that we had our conversation in personal. Until now, I can still remember the low tune of your voice, your radiant and awesome beauty and the tenderness of your heart. I really miss you. I am lucky that you’ve been part of my life. You know what? August 7 was my best and worst day because when we said goodbye and separated to each other, I felt that I am broke and empty. I cry most of the time, especially when I reminisced those times we spent happily together.
Anyway, you told me that your favorite sport was swimming. Aside from it, do you have other favorite sports?
About the question of your letter last June 15, what do I want after schooling? I want to go to abroad to find a good job so that I could help my parents especially my younger sister. Because on that time, she will be graduating in high school And I am going to finance all of her expenses at school in God’s will.
Please pray for me that I could have good grades at school and also our health condition.
I always pray for you and your family. I miss you so much. T.T
Hope we will see each other again soon…
Your sister in Christ,