In June of 1969, a nineteen-year-old Susan Heifetz was on her own in Brooklyn, celebrating her birthday and waiting for mail. Neither her brother nor her mother sent her a letter – or so she thought. But in March 2014, that all changed: not one, not two, but three letters arrived at Heifetz childhood apartment with post marks from 1969. And one, a birthday card from her mother, is something to be cherished, sealed as it was with a kiss. Separate by forty-five years, Susan takes the love from mother and brother as an encouragement in her life today. See the heartwarming story below!