[4/13/20XX] Dear Betty, How can we be expected to stay inside for two months and not go outside? Especially when they turn off the power? I can't stay inside and just read? I want to go to your house.
I can't believe I'm doing it! Mom told me it's what her and my dad used to do. How do you even write letters? What do I even say? How's this more personal than texting? If only my phone didn't die. I guess I should ask you how you're doing. I miss you. I love you. Tommy
[4/15/20XX] Dear Tommy, I think it's cute that your mom told you to write me. I miss you, and of course, I love you. I think I'm going to kill my family. My sister got into all of my clothes yesterday and then I got in trouble not her. All I did was chase after her.
I guess in short you can say that I'm not doing great. I want to see you. Remember when we last saw each other? In person. If I had known I wouldn't have let go. I can't wait for this to be over. I need to leave the house. I miss you. Tell me all about your day. What did you do? Love, Betty
[4/25/20XX] My dearest Betty, I'm sick and tired of this. I can't stay in the house anymore. What's the worse that's going to happen if I go out?
My dad told me that they're just keeping us locked inside so they can hide everything that they're doing. Who are they you may ask? I don't know! The government? He keeps saying at they're going to come and get us. That they're out there waiting. If it is the government then why would they be doing this?
I don't know. I heard the on the news that they're getting close to figuring this all out. They think it's something from out of this world. I'm doing my best not to think like that. This will be figured out soon. Love, Tommy
[4/30/20XX] Dear Tommy, I think your dad finally cracked. Hell, the news finally cracked. I don't know where everyone is getting these crackpot ideas from. It's just a virus. Yes, one that has killed over a half a million people but still.
I don't want to think about being stuck inside for rest of my life but it's starting to look like it. What if we're never allowed to leave the house again? I don't want to be 25 and still living at home. When we get out of here, I'm never coming home.
Yours, Betty P.S. I'm ready to pull my hair out so if I'm bald when you see me again ignore it.
[5/12/20XX] My beautiful Betty, Tomorrow is the day we're finally free. Just you wait to see where I'm taking you this weekend. You'll forget all about this. I can't wait to finally see you again. To hold you. My mom says to be careful. Careful of what? We're free! Love Tommy