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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Joyful Simplicities: Old- fashioned Correspondence.


"To send a letter is a good way to go somewhere without moving anything but your heart."
Phyllis Theroux
Monica x

12 comments:

  1. True. I was talking with someone just recently about how most children growing up now won't know how to compose a letter, especially in cursive writing.
    Hope you are enjoying your weekend.

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  2. Lovely photo, lovely sentiment.

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  3. oh how i miss seeing those in my post!!! oh where has the hand written letter gone?? ;(

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  4. Nothing nicer than hearing the clang of the mailbox and finding a beautiful handwritten letter waiting inside ♥ Gorgeous photo of your treasured notes.

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  5. Such wonderful qoute, and the bunch of lovely handwritten letters ,-beautiful.Yes almost only at christmas time I recieve handwritten correspondance-truly a pitty we have all become kind of lazy!!! having this computer/phones near.....
    Happy sunday Monica-
    x,Dorthe

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  6. Love it !! happy sunday...xxx..

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  7. There is a special joy in finding a note in the mail. Your photo is lovely, with the bundle of love and the sun shining on it.
    -Karen

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  8. A white sheet of writing letter is like a canvas : you can paint in words.
    Happy Sunday,Monica!
    Franca

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  9. I still send letters, cards, postcards etc. I am sad that it is fast becoming a lost art. :(
    Blessings~

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  10. A tradition that we must keep alive in this age of technology. Wishing you a beautiful new week. Tammy

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  11. I just love to write and receive letters, I used to do it a lot more than nowadays but there is something so much more special about taking the time to write. I do hope Kim is doing ok, Phoebe is struggling again, had to go back to the vets again this morning. Big Hugs, Catherine x

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