Staying Connected



Does someone you care about need a little love in the form of a handwritten note?

Modern technology has given us more ways to stay connected with our loved ones than ever before—but sometimes it’s more meaningful to return to the basics.  

I don’t mind receiving a text message, e-mail or voicemail from a loved one but a handwritten letter every now and then would be a treasure. So, I’ve decided to make it more of a priority to send some letters to those I love this year. After all, if it’s something I’d love to get, then it’s probably something others would like to receive.

So, I put together a folder complete with an address list, note cards and stamps.  I’m also going to throw in a few pictures each time I get them developed.  Then once a week I’m going to pray and ask God which of my family or friends might need a little love in the form of a note that week.

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