I was so sorry to leave the village without telling you, but I had no time to come and see you. Lady Impa instructed me to leave and head for Hateno straight away. I barely had time to pack a few things before I left!
My Lady Impa,
I am pleased to confirm that we now have a secure method of communication. I can now report that everything is going to plan and the boy suspects nothing.
Dear Lady Impa,
I have disturbing news to report. I am not sure what it means for our long-term-plans, but I am concerned for Link’s safety.
Just a brief note to let you know what’s been happening here in Hateno. I am keeping busy with things around the house. I like to keep it tidy, so that when Link returns from his adventures at the end of the day everything looks welcoming. I make sure there is food on the table and there are fresh flowers around the place.
The other evening I mentioned to Link that there was a small leak in the roof, and that my bedroom gets a puddle during the frequent heavy rain here.
The next morning he was up on the roof early, and soon found and repaired the leak. What a kind and thoughtful soul he is! I know you admire him as much as I do 🙂
I hope all is well with you and the store is keeping you busy.
Ps please give Cottla and Koko a big hug from me – I miss them too.
Your dear friend…
Index: Letters from Paya