April—National Card and Letter Writing Month
Writing the Cards and Letters That Matter Most
By Karen Jordan
National Card and Letter Writing Month is an opportunity for all Americans to rediscover the timeless and very personal art of letter writing. Both in times of peace and conflict, cards and letters are the most effective way to share and permanently record our thoughts, prayers, hopes and dreams. (Postmaster General John E. Potter).
What cards and letters have you held on to over the years? As I looked through my memory box of correspondence, I discovered several categories.
Even though I send few cards and letters now, I still enjoy receiving them. But I’m reconsidering this lost art of letter writing. I know others appreciate receiving them as much as I do. And a few friends and relatives don't communicate online.
I think the following messages would warrant an old-fashioned card or letter.
What card or letter will you write today?