I couldn’t wait to read more and every spare moment I typed. Thank goodness for spell check.
His letters were detailed. I could sense my father missed home but he also seemed happy which must have been a comfort to my grandmother.
He explained proudly about the purchase of a camphorwood chest from a Chinaman. He described it in detail, the markings, the size and the cost. He had bargained for the first time and boasted at how cheap he had acquired his prize.
I looked up from my typing and glanced at my shelf. There was the camphorwood chest, holding letters and photos of a lost time.
It was the same one. I was sure of it.