The little things that count..

People don’t write letters anymore, I feel like we have all been sucked into the cyber world that now a letter is in the form of an email. I am SO over texting, emails, and instant messaging via Facebook that I decided to go out in search of notecards. Call me old-fashioned but I plan to send out these cards to people whom I love just so I can show them that I care. I can’t tell you how excited I get when I receive a post card, note card, or any type of letter through the mail. It’s really touching when someone takes the time & effort to write something to me other than sending me an E-Card so I know it will have the same effect on the people who receive one from me. Not only will it put a smile on their faces but It makes me feel good about who I am as a person.

I found these Barbie notecards by Robert Best at my local Marshalls and I am so excited to write in them and send them to people (being most of my loved ones are women). Robert Best’s illustrations of Barbie are just beautifullll. They have a vintage feel to them, especially because most of the cards have actual vintage Barbies printed on them!


3 Comments on “The little things that count..

  1. I agree. I sent postcards to my students over winter break; one student’s mother told me that Daisy cried when she got the postcard. A few other students keep their postcards in their binder or backpack. I was floored. I’m going to try my absolute best to write more handwritten notes to my students.

  2. I agree with you 100%. I hate the fact that cyber world has taken so much from the beauty of writing and communicating with others. Most people rather just text an entire conversation or e-mail you. I hate it!. I love writing to people as you said it takes more effort. Sometimes I like making cards from scratch its even more fun.
    The main reason I replied to this entry was to tell you that they have the calendar for those Barbie cards at Barnes and Noble!! [= I bought one like a week ago, all their calendars were 50%off. They are just as beautiful as the card that you bought and the calendar looks like a giant designer sketchbook. I got mine at the B&N on 86th street, you should check it out if ur interested in getting it.

    Take Care and Your Blog is amazing ❤

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