Just a curiosity, how many of you would send a letter in the mail?
"Everyone loves getting a letter in the mail," my daughter Claire, 28, said last month.
Claire saves my letters. Love the touching, heartfelt notes Claire writes in my birthday and Mother's Day cards. I save her cards and letter, too.
"I am a sentimental person," Claire told me last week. "I must have gotten it from you."
The last letter I wrote was to my uncle, several weeks before he died.
I knew he didn't have much time left, and I wanted him to know what he
meant to me.
Sure, texting, calling, and emailing, are much faster and easier, but actually
taking the time to put pen to paper and literally spell out the words you're
choosing to convey whatever feelings you're trying to express, is FAR more
intimate and indicative of the depth of regard you have for the recipient.
I write to prisoners, it's a great way to build relationship and can make all the difference to their time inside. I have been corresponding for years with various political prisoners. It also feels so good when you get a letter back in the mail.
My mum and I have a greatness for movies, and so many Cable shows like Game of Thrones, Dexter, westworld. just to name a few. I love when my mum turns me onto some old classics, and she loves to beturned onto some newer stuff that she might never heard of.
But to the point of this post, we use Use quite often to send each other Disks of movies to each other.