Thank you cards

Why Send "Snail Mail?"

In the ages of Internet and Social Media, the art of receiving physical mail is often lost. We are used to being able to send a text or comment on a photo or social media page to say "Thank you!" and the move on with life. BUT, receiving a "Thank You" card in the mail gives a different joy to the receiver. It's like a message for the heart AND a keepsake. It's a "Wow! Someone actually wrote out a note, purchased a stamp, and went to the post office for me!" It's a different type of appreciation. So when it comes to saying "Thank you" or "I'm thinking of you," considering saying it AND sending it. Don't let the art be lost.

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