An Old Letter
Dear Grace,
We are excited to see you next month. We have been looking forward to your visit for quite some time. We wanted to let you know that we can still host you before you begin your journey up the mountain. With the recent outbreak of some strange virus in the cities, we ask that you use caution in your travels. You will be traveling by train and may be in close quarters with those who are sick. Please protect yourself and don't sit in any cars with a passenger who is coughing, sneezing or who appears ill.
I have arranged for a doctor to meet us here when you get off the train to check you for fever and any other signs that you may have been exposed. He is a very qualified doctor and I trust him greatly.
The next thing I want to caution you is about your trip up the mountain. You will again be exposed to some people who are traveling from many different places. Please continue to take caution as you are traveling.
Again, we look forward to your visit and don't want you to be alarmed, we just want you to be aware and use caution and common sense. If however you get on the train and get the feeling that too many passengers are sick and you don't feel comfortable traveling, we will fully understand if you cancel your trip until this thing goes away.
The Edwards Family
Another Old Letter:

Dear Family,
It is with great sorrow that I write that I will not be visiting at the end of this month. I have heard of a strange outbreak of a flu or virus of some kind. I can't risk the health of myself or my family by exposing myself to such a strange thing until somebody figures out what it is and how to cure it or stop it from spreading.
I hope you will understand, and I look forward to hearing from you and visiting in the summer when the kids can come to the beach with us.
Jodi and John
you put the race in grace
What does that even mean big mark? WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
These totally aren't old letters. They are letters I am going to actually send out. I have to pick this girl up before she heads up the mountain, I don't want her picking up something on the train, also I am set to see my family at the end of this month. I will still go see them, but I wll drive, I won't take the shuttle service.
you put the ummmmm in tongue.
You have a better chance at winning the lottery than catching this new virus so go ahead, play the lottery.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
I came across a box of old letters the other day,  they were from my first husband,  before we were married,  and he was in basic training.   They ramble on about nothing and everything,  and are full of spelling mistakes and grammatical errors.   I still want to correct them and send them back.