Four 14-years old girls in the Buca Potok neighbourhood of Sarajevo write to their friend Sanela, now a refugee in Austria.
First friend: Wonders how Sanela is living in a foreign country and whether she has made new friends. She wishes they were together again so that they could share the pain, sorrow, joy and happiness as they used to.
Second friend: There is no television any more so we sit together, talk and sing like we used to do. (They sing a song about how it feels to miss a friend.)
Third friend (Dina): Says that the first days of the war were the hardest, when shells were falling and children were being killed every day. Now it is much better because they can go to school and have water and electricity.
Fourth friend: Sarajevo is still standing defiantly and proudly even though the worst of things have happened and "the streets of their city have been flooded with blood". Now the situation is better because they can walk downtown.