To Finnick,

I'm sorry you died. I miss you so much. You died a hero though, to make the world a better place for our son, Finnick Jnr. I don't know if you know but the rebel's won. Thanks to you. I know you never trusted Coin, so I thought I'd let you know that Katniss killed Coin as well as Snow, with the same arrow. Well, she shot Coin off of a balcony, instead of Snow, and in the moment, everyone charged forward, stamping on Snow in the process, and killing him. Talk about killing two birds with one stone.

Finnick Jnr is getting bigger every day. Johanna's been amazing and there for both of us every step of the way. She's so upset about loosing you as well. She misses you much more than she lets on. It breaks her heart to look at Finn, as he looks so much like you. He's got my personality as well. He's kind, caring and looks after me more than a three year old should. Just the other day, I was crying in my chair, thinking of your smile, he came running up to me and clammered to be picked up. I lifted him onto my lap and he immediatly locked his chubby arms around my neck and said "Don't cry Mamma, Daddy is still with us, in here" and pointed to my heart. He's a blessing. I just wish he could grow up with his Dad as well.

That doesn't mean I'm going to keep you from him. Every night I tell him a story about you. His big, strong, brave Father. At the moment, I tell him happy stories of your childhood, but when he get's a bit older, I will tell stories of our games, and the rebellion and what Panem used to be and how you made the world a much better place so he could have the childhood every child deserves.

You will always be in my heart.

Forever and always,

Annie, the poor, mad woman you somehow loved over all those other rich, beautiful girls


A/N Hey, so I'm CatchingFire75. You may have read some of my other stories, in which you'll know that this is a very different sort of fanfiction to what I usually write, but if you haven't then hi! I really hope you enjoy this story. Please review and let me know what you think and how I can improve. I always, always welcome constructive criticism, or good comments. Also, if you have any ideas, or you want me to write a letter to and from characters in particular, feel free to let me know in a review. I look forward to your feedback! Thanks again xxx