It seems Hanataka-san’s letter attracted many pure-hearted souls (including some priests) willing to help the nun even though the sister has no problem. Because of this development I became an instrument in the reuniting of two buddies. Here are the letters:
I’m Padre Salvi (name withheld to protect his privacy) and I’m presently a rector in
My personal info and other relevant data that you might need are in the attachment (including my Friendster account – add me up @ firstname.lastname@example.org). Por favor, inform me ASAP as I do not want to move to Afr….er… as there are still many Japanese souls need saving.
Muchas Gracias Mi Amigo,
Padre ------ Salvi
Sister Angela is still in her 20s right?
Dear Padre ------ Salvi,
Hola Padre con Margarita con carne! Dios Mio (I wonder how many conjugations are left in my vocabulary)! Peninsulares? Saludos a Todos Hudas, Barabas, Hestas!
Joyful, joyful day! Alleluia! Hanataka-san is God-send! Thanks to him I received a letter from you. You are Padre ------ Salvi, no kidding? Una vez Padre, let me explain my joyous mood. Earlier, I got an e-mail from a certain Padre ------ Damaso who is also interested in helping the nun and he said just in case you’d email me I must inform him. I asked him why is he so sure? He said nothing brings you out of the wood work than a DISTRESSED sister. Padre Damaso apparently has been looking for you for years – something about his daughter that he wants to talk to you. He is waiting for you DOWN UNDER (not
As per instruction (“Feel free to provide my email add and address in
Hasta la vista!
Please let Padre Damaso’s mail cool a bit first for I almost got burned when I first handled it. One gallon of water is enough to cool it off.
Disclaimer: This work is fiction. It doesn't pertain to real persons or events if it does it are purely coincidence and call the police.