This is the last letter I will be sending you. Over the years since I lost you, it has been comforting to write, thinking somehow you still were reading my letters. I realize now how much it helped me to hold onto you, but sometimes, it's better to let go. I don't need to do so anymore. I still miss you more than ever, but life has taken a turn that I didn't foresee. It's time to let go of the past and let you rest. My heart will always have a void that can't be filled. I love you, mom.
Your loving daughter, ~Margot.
I have arrived in Dalaran and spoken to General Alexander. You were right. He is a great man with an amazing presence. Just five minutes into the conversation and I realized there was so much that I didn't know. I felt so small and uneducated as we conversed. There's even a name for what it is I can do. I can't even begin to imagine how it's actually written. Both General Alexander and Grand Engineer Twinwrench are positive about nurturing this skill and honing it. For once in my life I don't feel like I need to hide who I really am or what I can do.
I've been accepted into the senate. I have so much to read and research, but I expected as much. The life of a mage isn't all glamours and illusions, after all. I miss you more than words can say. I hope my letter finds you well and in good spirits, my sweet. Until we meet again, my love and my heart goes where you go.
I regret that I could not locate you before I returned to Dalaran. I must admit how difficult it was to leave you again. Especially considering how much I am not looking forward to the class this evening. I relish the chance to learn, it's just seeing some of my colleagues that distresses me. I did not enjoy the party we had before I came to you in Drustvar. I know it must just be some, new member hazing or something, but I do not like being turned into various creepy beasts, even if it is that time of year.
I miss you, my love. The time we spend together seems so precious. I did enjoy seeing Nikky and Nate, and some of the other marines I served with. I do miss service. Maybe I should seek out the Mage General again and inquire about serving with his branch. A soldier's life is all I can remember, or maybe it's all I want to remember. The time before I enlisted is bitter-sweet and so much I still haven't told you. With time, I hope we can share everything. I look very much forward to our future together.
With all my love, my heart goes where you go,
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