(1/6) Actually, I was going to send it to you a few days ago on my birthday (Nov. 28), but I'm sorry you're too busy to get the timing of the delivery. I'd like to share my happiness with you. They say that money can't buy happiness, but at least it can buy good food. Normally I don't do anything special to celebrate my birthday, but it's also a day to reflect on what I've accomplished in the past year and what my goals are for next year. This year has been a tough one, but I'm really glad I met Twishama.
(2/6) Looking back on the events of the past year, it was the most painful and yet most fulfilling year of my life. In fact, I've been following Twishama since her debut, and she's my favorite of the other 4th formers. But I have to admit that I wasn't an active supporter of her to be honest. I didn't even try to watch every delivery. And then something terrible happened that turned my life upside down. I won't go into detail because it's heavy, but I have to deal with a lot of real life issues, and around the end of February I only watched a few V deliveries.
3/6) The mid-April pandemic hit and I was at the bottom of my life when I found your [brilliant] sing-along. I was reminded again that I was fascinated by your voice. I became a member shortly thereafter! During that time it was still difficult for me to watch the live feeds, but I watched the daily archives and song videos, which cheered me up a bit. I can't even begin to describe how happy I was when 3D was announced.
(4/6) I also met the Military community. I had never been an active participant in a community before, but the Military welcomed me warmly. As a member of the family, I decided to actively support you. Now my life is already stable. I have my dream job at a certain game company (I can spacha w). I can't thank you enough for how you "saved" me. But my only regret that remains in my mind is that I was not able to support you during your "hardest time" because I didn't know it...
(5/6) Twishama seems to have been super busy these past few weeks, lots of live appearances, official appearances, live shows in December (I'll definitely see you there!) , moving, etc. A crammed schedule may be stressful, but we in the military are always there to support you. There are people out there who have saved and influenced the world the way you have saved my life, whether it is that I was always bad at FPS but am trying to improve at APEX (please advise me), that I am trying to learn Japanese to enjoy the stream more, or that your singing voice motivates me to practice my songs. It has some impact on me.
(6/6) I like Twishama overall, but what I like most is your care and kindness to your fans. You call us family, and we care about you. And we care about you too. After all, HAPPY Twosama = HAPPY subordinates! Finally, I may be busy in the near future, so I may not be able to watch the live feeds as much as I do now, but I will always support you from the bottom of my heart. I hope you can achieve your dreams and goals. Let's get to 400,000 by the end of the year! Thank you for reading to the end! Once again, sorry for the super long post. Keep up the good work!
(P.S.) Once again, welcome back! Thank you for moving. I'm going to miss you so much during the period of time you'll be away from Twishama ... I realize now how much you've helped me get through the hustle and bustle of daily life and stress. And congratulations on 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 370,000! The number of subscribers is growing fast these days! I'm glad my family is growing! As I always say, I can only support you from afar, but I'm glad if our support makes you smile, even if it's just a little bit. Good luck with your live shows this month! I love my Twishyama and all my family members!