12 January 2009

A Letter to my Reader





11 comments:

amber said...

what a beautiful post. so great :)

i keep a large box of letters/cards, etc that dig through every now and then. i'm glad you stumbled upon your own box of such memories. it's a wonderful thing.

WeezerMonkey said...

Your handwriting is as beautiful as your words!

I've not written a letter in ages. As a non-Christian, I don't send out Christmas cards (or any other cards). As a rude mofo, I don't send thank-you cards. It's a wonder anyone keeps me as their ingrate friend.

I suppose something is indeed lost in this age of computers. I type much faster than I write, and e-mail is just so handy.

Sara said...

Your handwriting is beautiful!! I too favor the written word...I love to handwrite letters and thank you cards. To me it feels more personal. :)

Lynn said...

Thank you for sharing your gift with us - sending us your love through your words in handwritten print. As a semi-frequent card writer, I enjoy this lost form, but even I have not written a 3-page letter in a long, long time. Bravo, I say!

Serendipite said...

Well said

Diabolina Da Fashionista said...

UGH! Look at what i miss when I actually work all day. F.


I love this post. Feels so intimate. Like you are laying yourself bare.

I often think of my blog as love letters to all my friends, to my mother, to maybe even my unborn children and definitely to my future self...

kiss.

p.s there are few things i love more than your writing. on earth.

tam pham said...

beautiful words...beautiful writing.

p.s. thought of you today when i saw the most beautiful Armani suit at Nordstorm.

Couture Carrie said...

You have beautiful penmanship!

Jean Bean said...

I'm showing my cousin, who has devoted her life to stationery!

sopamaggie said...

Given that your last blog was hand written, I can only imagine that this blog is being telegraphed in. Hells bells Sable Crow. Your faithful readership awaits your thoughts.

Jennifer said...

What? No long and silly title below the signture line? That's not how I remember you closing a letter.
;)
Love you and am very, very glad to have stumbled across your blog. I've missed our letters for years now.
Jennifer
Your Gun-Toting, freedom-loving, Okie cuz'n