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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Saturday's snail mail



My endeavor to mail 52 letters in 52 weeks continues.

I feel really good about starting it over for the new year.  It's been very rewarding for the past two years having a distinct goal and making a real effort to meet it.  I know that there's nothing better, when collecting my mail, than seeing a hand-addressed letter in the pile.  I like knowing that my outgoing letters may carry that feeling with them.

I've been trying to write a bit lengthier letters...newsy...with a photo or two enclosed.  I won't do that with every letter, but when it's appropriate.

accountability stats:  2 weeks / 3 letters
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2 comments:

  1. What a wonderful idea! I think I have no one to write to but I DO....all four of our kids live away from us---three are all in the Seattle area---within ten minutes of each other----but almost 5 hours away from home. they all migrated over there for jobs---so we try to get over there every month to 6 weeks--no longer.
    We can't stand to not see the kids and their kidlets any longer than that. Our yongest and her family live in Ecuador as of August!!! But I could send the grands lots of little treats and hand written letters sure beat the email stuff.
    Hope you are feeling well
    catie

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  2. Hi, CatieAn. Children LOVE getting mail! Well who doesn't? :) The 52 letters in 52 weeks challenge has reminded me that letter writing is a learned skill, and when my little granddaughters come for a visit, we quite often make cards for them to write letters to their great-grandmother. They love to do it, because she always writes them back. They're learning letter writing AND reciprocity. :)

    Thanks for your comment!

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