I mean mail. You remember an envelope with your name on it? It was paper and had a stamp on it to pay for its delivery. It would be from a friend or relative. It usually started with a dear….. and always how you were and wished you the best.
Email can do the same but there is something about seeing your name, opening the envelope that gave you a good feeling. My friend Neil sends many notes and cards and I always think that he is great for doing that. It does take a bit of time and energy. Yes, I value it.
When we were in Toronto I was writing to my two eldest granddaughters. They were the first of the six to read and write so I started there. But with our move, I realize that I’ve fallen out of practice. So leave it to Carlyle to remind me.
So here’s what she sent us…