Letter Writing to the Rescue
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Even for an introvert, too much time stuck at home can be a problem. What to do with all of this time? For me, the answer is to write more letters, to write about writing letters, to organize said letters, and to find new uses for old letters. No matter how you say it, it’s letter writing to the rescue.
Like many letter writers out there, letter writing is my super power. It’s not that I am the best at it, but rather that I know how most people feel when they receive a letter in the mail. They feel happy, special, valued, seen. Maybe they feel treasured, appreciated, and loved. And because I know the value of writing letters, I take time every week to send someone mail.
It soothes my soul to write, to think about what I’ll say, to select the right card or stationery to fit my mood or the personality of the recipient. Sometimes I don’t feel like writing a lot, so then maybe I’ll send a card with a short note, or I’ll send a postcard. Thankfully, I have plenty on hand (stamps too), which makes it easy to make it happen.
What do you love to do and how do you make it happen?