I am a fan of a hand written note. I think everyone really enjoys getting an actual letter in the mail. Seeing the address lettered by hand and in a colorful envelope that you know coordinates with someones personal stationary. It’s exciting, you think… what do they have to say and what am I going to get to read about. Usually, you take the time to actually sit down for this read too; instead of shuffling the bills between walking the dog, fixing dinner and picking up miscellaneous items that have been strewn around the house. SO… today… I mark the importance of the stamp. It’s that additional touch that tells you the sender has considered every part of the mailing process to be pleasing to the recipient.
Good Morning all!
I have been busy this weekend working on a rush order for a wedding at the end of the month in Cabo (I’ll get pictures up tomorrow) and on my calendar for the office (I know I am a bit late, but I have January finished… pictures also coming soon). Since I was doing all this work, it got me thinking about what it would take to get more people to send letters versus e-mail for casual correspondence. Would it be a pen you anticipate and get giddy about writing with? Or a table the is beautiful and you want to use to feel like a lady writing love notes to her suitors? Maybe it’s the paper or the stamps.