This morning, after an 8 o’clock planning meeting for a wellness event at our local food co-op, some work accompanied by a Chai Latte, and grocery shopping for a neighborhood event tonight, I went to the post office.
I don’t go to the post office very often. In fact, I don’t send things in the mail very often.
And that’s a shame…
As sustainable as it is to send e-cards or send a note on Facebook on special occasions, it’s just not the same as sending a card in the mail.
This time, I sent off two Easter cards to our mothers. They both lost their husbands last year and I imagine that holidays, which are typically joyful occasions, may be somewhat difficult to endure.
I wanted them to know that we’re thinking about them and wishing for a happy Easter, in the midst of mourning.
Sending cards makes me happy.
I should do it more often.
Over to You
Are you card person? Do you make your own or buy at the store? Have you noticed how sending cards brings joy to all parties involved? How do you decide when to send a card? Let me know!
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