Isn’t it wonderful when you’re thumbing through your mail and you see a handwritten return address from a friend? You open up the note and voila, it’s something personal. It’s not a bill, advertisement, or catalog. It’s something someone took the time to write and you were lucky enough to be the recepient.
Well, I received something lovely in the mail. A handwritten personal note from my friend Edie. When I read it, I felt instantly encouraged and warmly appreciated. It was wonderful and made my day! (thanks Edie!)
Words are so important – too important to waste on needless criticism and harping. Instead, why not look for ways to praise others? It’s such a pleasure to receive a handwritten note – and a lost art in this age of texting, tweeting, and emailing. I encourage you to make time in your busy schedule for a little writing time. Why not send a note of thanks to someone you appreciate today?