Today I felt a little bit tired, so I layed down. As a woman with mediterranean roots it's very normal to have some siesta. Fortyfive minutes later I got up, still tired and a little bit depressed, that's how I feel always after a quick nap. And everytime I say to myself I shouldn't be sleeping during daytime anymore.. But something made me very happy when I got up. I walked to the front door as I could see my mail was delivered. There were two big envelopes, both of them orange brown. I recognized these envelopes, they were from the University of Texas.
You can imagine how curious I got, and nothing of my fatigue was left.. So I opened the envelopes immediately which were full with letters of the students to whom I had a reading for. One by one, they were so touching. I didn't know that I had made such an impact on them. Most of the letters were written by female students, only one was sent by a male student. It touched me, because it made me realize that stories really don't have boundaries. And I was touched by two more things: that the students took the time to send me a letter. And the second thing was that the UT took the effort to send the letters to me. I want to share these letters with you. Just to prove that people all around the world need rolemodels, no matter where they come from. It's beautiful to realize how much we can identify ourselves in people we are separated from. Even if it's thousands of miles away..