I want to take a moment to talk about the lost art of writing and sending letters, notes or cards. I have been so very touched in my life when someone has taken the time to pen a letter or a note to me. I have shed tears when opening an envelope only to find someone has written a note to thank me for a Sunday school lesson, or to share their concern over me being a new "empty nester" or the time someone dropped offed a sympathy card when we lost our dog. These kind acts have been so warmly received and bonded me to these individuals for life.
Today, we are quick to send a text or email, which is appreciated as well, but I fear we are not putting enough effort into taking the time to personally pen a letter or note. Parents, I want us to teach our children this valuable skill. It is such an act of charity, when we take time out of our life, to do and give something that someone else will cherish.
When I was a child, as many of you, I loved all my different kinds of stationery sets and I loved writing and sending letters to my grandmothers, cousin Tracy and my friends that lived in my old hometown. Finding letters addressed to me in the mailbox was a cherished memory.
I am excited to announce that The Etiquette Factory is now carrying adorable sets of stationery just for kids. We have a beautiful stationery gift set that is available now, and starting next week, we will be carrying individual stationery sets. Whether you purchase from us or from someone else, or decide to create your own, I hope you will encourage your children to find the joy in writing letters. I'm so excited for our efforts to bring back the art of writing to send love to those around us!
Blessings to you and your family. Spring is coming!!
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President/The Etiquette Factory