Sending Letters in the Mail? You mean Email, right?

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I can’t remember the last time I sent a letter in the mail. Can you? I do everything online, well almost everything. I’m all about save a tree and use technology. I suppose the rule can be broken for the holidays. Tis’ the season for holiday card writing, lots of holiday card writing. No more holiday card writing, please. If you’re not into sending traditional holiday cards and you want to make your life a little easier by paying a little more, check out Handiemail. Sending letters in the mail is so out of the ordinary for modern folks, I guess, so Handiemail has tailored what used to be the only means for sending your love and well wishes and made it nifty. I have no idea why this is a neat idea and why it makes sense to spend money on something you are fully capable of doing yourself, but I like it anyway. Sometimes things don’t have to make sense, to like them. I can’t believe I just said that.

-m.T

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About My Write To Read

It would be difficult to imagine a world without influential writers who broke down barriers and turned complex ideas into eloquent masterpieces. I hope to become one of those writers someday. There is still a lot to learn as much as there is to write about, but I know my passion for putting thoughts and opinions on paper will help me flourish into an independent thinker and writer. Sometimes we often place ourselves outside of the world, oblivious of the effects of change, but as a writer I am striving to submerse myself into the events, catastrophes, and activities that are a part of every day, in order to understand why things are the way they are. The world is my artist and my canvas is this blog, and you? You are my audience, observer, critic, and valued reader. My Blog: https://mywritetoread.wordpress.com/

2 responses to “Sending Letters in the Mail? You mean Email, right?”

  1. drewdog2060drewdog2060 says :

    As with the overwhelming majority of people I very rarely send snail mail. However there is something lovely about receiving a traditional letter (written on paper). Last Saturday I sent my daughter who lives abroad a Christmas present. Enclosed with her book was a Christmas card together with a letter written on my computer. I’m sure that she will enjoy the novelty of receiving a traditional letter. I certainly took great pleasure in writing it.

    • My Write To Read says :

      There is some great element of surprise when we recieve something in the mail, except for bills. Those are not such a nice surprise. If only we got more letters in the mail over bills we’d be happier campers. That’s lovely that you sent a letter to your daughter. Thank you for sharing your experience.

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