You are reading:

THE FRAGMENTS OF OLIVIA

©  WRiTER oN THe MoON

iPiccy-Design66.jpg

2

The first leaf falls. Autumn of 2013. I smell coffee, it is 10:22 am

With these short and simple words, I got in touch via electronic mail with the owner and discoverer of the star that was so worthy of Olivia. The very night Alan discovered it he gave it its name (numbered as 1.23331C). In words you could not imagine the delicious aroma that storm gave me. Or yes...

Dear Alan,

I happened to stumble across one of your stars as I was wandering through the heavens. I see you have not given it a name, only a number.

Would you be willing to change its' name for a noble cause? I wish to give it as a present to my beloved wife Olivia. I hope we can come to an agreement from one gentleman to another.

Sincerely,

Finally, after three moths, I received his reply:

My dear Colleague,

Please forgive the tardiness, but work is consuming me. But of course, beginning today the star will be named Olivia. Your romantic gesture is, without doubt, very inspiring. I attach with this letter a PDF file, where you will find the certification of this change.

Greetings.