I just wanted to email and see how you're doing and let you know I am still here for you any time you're ready to start talking again.
I realized a few weeks ago that I'm turning 30 this year, and getting further away from seeing you with each passing day. It's been almost 10 years now since we last saw each other or talked, and I worry that what happened with our parents will continue to dominate our relationship for the rest of our lives. I really hope we can move past their divorce and the separation, and not let ourselves be separated any longer.
Please know that I am always thinking of you, I have not forgotten what a wonderful young woman you were last time I saw you, and I hope one day we can go for a cup of coffee and get to know each other as adults. I know it's hard to shed the past, but if my math is right, you're 24 now, and the past is long behind us. I remember where I was at that age, and how much you have probably changed (as did I) from when I last saw you when you were in your teens. I think it's important that as we get older we get to know each other separate from what our parents went through and learn to have a healthy relationship together.
If you ever need any help, or someone to talk to, please be rest assured I am not interested in re-hashing the past. Things I am iterested in are getting to know you as a 24 year old woman, and learning about who you have become. Please feel free to email me at any time if you need anything at all (firstname.lastname@example.org). Know that I am always here for you.