Dear Writer's Block,
It's been far too long since our last conversation. I'm sorry to hear you've been struggling lately as Trinity has a lot on her mind. Did you hear the news? She's been accepted into Praxis and she's already in the first month of the program! She's learning so much from her advisors and the other Praxians. Although, you must have known. Had you not, I'd imagine you'd write more often.
I must apologize, but we both know I had to take your place. It seems Trinity has no need for you anymore.
I'm glad to inform you that she is doing very well. She's enjoying her classes (graduating this month), she's reading lots of books, still playing bass, and absolutely loving Praxis. Her and I have grown much closer to each other and I want to thank you. I know you cared for her, but it was time I took over. I'm very sorry but Trinity and I were meant to be close. But that doesn't mean you didn't play an important role - she needed you. She needed you because when you were there for her, she became stronger. (It's this reason I may invite you to come visit every so often but for now, your place is elsewhere.) Don't worry, I'll remind her to thank you later, but I wanted to give you an update and thank you for all that you've done. Trinity is going to do many amazing things with her life and you play a part in her story.
I look forward to hearing back from you, I wish you the best and thank you again for your involvement in Trinity's life.