I love the written word. Love it. And I love cards. I send them whenever I can. I like to send cards for no reason.
Recently, I have received cards in the mail.
This one in response to a wedding gift. I love it when young people send cards.
A couple of weeks ago I went through a tragic event with one of my friends. One of my friends knew what was going on and she sent me this card.
My heart was filled with love and friendship after receiving this card. Such a blessing in the midst of heartbreak.
Then 1 week ago today, I spent the day in the emergency room with my father. We found out he has stage 4 cancer. He came home from the hospital, but has a long road ahead with treatments. We are filled with God’s grace and mercy. His prognosis is great. His attitude is awesome and inspiring.
A friend of mine brought this by my day job on Friday. (She also brought chocolate)
Again, the words from this card and the written message on the inside shines love all around. Just like the other two cards.
The written word s such a blessing. Whether it is in a novel, a novella, a short story, a serial, or a card or note.
Do you send cards? Receive cards? Do you think sending cards has become a lost art.
I hope people continue to send cards. They sure do brighten someone’s day.