On New Year’s Eve, she received a handwritten letter from home that instantly broke her guard
Qianjiang Evening News · Hour news reporter Sheng Rui correspondent Zheng Yuanyajie January 31, New Year’s Eve.Xu Qun, a social worker in Isaka Community, Qiantang District, Hangzhou, received a letter from her hometown, Anhui: “Dear, at this moment, you are alone in Hangzhou, fighting on the front line against the epidemic. This is the first time that we have spent the Spring Festival apart from each other in our six years of marriage……”Originally, due to the epidemic, Xu Qun, who had planned to spend the New Year’s Eve with her family, cancelled her plan to return home and stayed in Hangzhou alone for the New Year. Her family in Anhui was worried and worried about her.Xu qun’s lover expressed her concern through a handwritten letter home.Paper is short and love is long.”For the first time in years, I couldn’t go home to my family, especially my mother, who cried every time she called me. I felt guilty.”Xu Qun, who has been working in the community for two months, is working as an epidemic prevention and control data clerk.The COVID-19 situation in Hangzhou is severe, and she cannot get away from it for a moment.”I used to think my mother cried every time she called me. But when MY husband wrote a letter home, I couldn’t help feeling homesick any more.”Xu Qun broke the defense in an instant.The outbreak hit Hangzhou at the end of the year, stopping countless frontline workers from returning home.Ms. Xu said the promises she and her colleagues made to their families ranged from ‘traveling together,’ to ‘spending time together on holidays,’ to ‘having a hot meal and coming back,’ to ‘SORRY, I can’t go home.’Although she regretted not being able to return home to stay up for the New Year, she and her family firmly believed that the “war” would be won, and hangzhou would be a Spring Festival.This article is the original work of Qianjiang Evening News. Without permission, it is forbidden to reprint, copy, extract, rewrite and spread online, otherwise, the newspaper will pursue the legal responsibility of the infringer through judicial channels.