Earth takes 365.256 days to complete its orbit around the sun. During that time, its position in space determines our seasons, which affects our agriculture, which affects our food, which affects our diets, which affects our health, and so on. Earth’s journey through space is so revered, we measure time by the number of orbits we’ve experienced.
I hope this letter finds you well. It has been a while since you wreaked havoc on the Lylat System. I’m sure you’ve been busy doing odd jobs as a space pirate in a far corner of the galaxy, but we’ve got to talk Smash.
The other day, I witnessed an odd traffic mishap. As I approached a red light, a van in front of me drove through the intersection nonchalantly. I didn’t see brake lights nor any indication of caution from the driver. Fortunately, they didn’t cause an accident.
The autumn season is beautiful. It is nature’s final act to show her colors until she lies in dormancy. She will be reborn and bursting with life in the following seasons. This cycle is a necessary part of life.
A breeze chills my cheek as I rake leaves into a pile.