New Notecards

foxy stationeryMerry Christmas to me! My daughter gave me “foxy” new notecards, perfect for sending letters to her at college.

fox cardWriting notes in zillions of last minute holiday cards can feel like a marathon. Penning my weekly letter to her (so her school mailbox will actually have mail) will be a snap by comparison.

I gave her critter cards for her birthday to take with her to college. ONE (coincidentally, a fox) has made its way back to me so far…

Still, I had years of receiving letters in our pre-email era. In today’s electronically-linked world, this may be her only chance of mail on a regular basis.

2 thoughts on “New Notecards

  1. Jeanne Lambson says:

    I have probably already mentioned this but my mom saved all my letters home and I saved her letters to me – starting when I went away to college. I now have them collected in notebooks. And, I am slowly going back over them. They are a true treasure.

    As for the card you got from your daughter – “what does the fox say?” 🙂

  2. Phoebe Conn says:

    My mother and I exchanged letters when I was in college, and later when my husband and I were away from home. My father would add a single sentence as a P.S. I wish I’d saved all those letters to read again. My mother said she hated to throw away my letters, but in one of their moves she had to. I miss getting real mail.

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