I find that the best mail is of the snail variety. Handwritten letters have always conveyed to me, the receiver, a deeper level of care and thought that's missing in the age of texts and e-mails. A handwritten note has the power to brighten anyone's day--a mission that Hannah Brencher championed in her recent book If You Find This Letter. Her story started out as a challenge: Write hundreds of letter and scatter them across the city to encourage others. Out of that challenge Hannah's organization, The World Needs More Love Letters, has been born--seeking to provide individuals facing difficult situations with bundles of love letters.
To get you started, Hannah has designed a booklet of all-in-one stationary. Each page tears out for you to write your message on, and then folds into a letter for the writer to address and then drop in the mail. There are five different designs, all in shades of green, gray, pink, and red--primarily in Aztec patterns. Inside the covers are 40 letter suggestions to spark ideas and three sheets of stickers to seal your note. This is a stationary lover's dream; you need only add your stamp and au revoir!
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Letter writing is the only device combining solitude with good company. ~Lord Byron
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