A Letter A Week was created to inspire myself and others to write someone at least once a week. The possibilities are endless of who we can write.
Though many consider it a lost art, I will forever write as long as I’m able. There’s a simple yet, most personal connection with one’s own writing, sealing an envelope and dropping the letter in a mailbox. Once a letter leaves us it is up to the receiver to let the gift of the letter carry on.
Some friends drone on to me about how there’s no need to write when we have instant communication through texting and social media. I don’t care. It’s classy, it’s timeless, and many still enjoy receiving a handwritten letter.