Monday, February 9, 2009

Electronically Yours...


Now a days it is very rare to receive an actual written note or letter in the mail, or personally from a friend. Now that the Internet has taken over, most communication is done through email... people keep connected with their families through places like myspace or facebook, they share family photos through other websites... so I was curious and posed the question: 

When was the last time you wrote a letter to someone on paper?

  • The last two letters I've written were both to myself. Reminders of promises I've made-much like New Years resolutions.
  • Friends would hang on to them and send me the letters 6 months or even a year later. There's nothing like seeing your own words come back to haunt you.
  • Last summer! I wrote to my little brother while he was serving in Iraq.
  • Not enough but more than most :) I am a lover of fine paper, and note cards. It is becoming a lost art.
  • Just a couple days ago to go along with a gift I was sending... but before that? Years.
  • Other than writing something inside a card. I'd say it's been at least 4 or 5 years since I actually wrote a letter to someone.
  • Hmm... September... and that ended over a month of daily letter writing. It was fun, and he was also in work release/prison.
  • Today, actually. If a V'Day card counts.
  • Does it count if I wrote it on paper, with a pen, and then typed it up in an email? Probably not, huh?
  • Just yesterday milady. "Dear loveliest of maidens..." =)
  • I don't remember, maybe I should send a postcard.
  • Like a month ago actually. :D
  • Last week to my ex MIL. She refuses to go "high tech" for me. lol
  • PAPER!!!??? How Medieval and Archaic!!!???
  • I wrote one about a week ago. It wasn't email and it wasn't snail mail it was personal delivery.
  • I wrote a letter to my MIL yesterday, but because my hands hurt, I typed it instead of writing it like I usually do.

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