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Letters Vs Emails

Christmas is coming.


Obviously, I'm in a Christmas mood~! For some reason, I feel like mailing my friends Christmas Cards. Maybe, it's my Christmas spirit talking or it's the Christmas mood? 

So, for the last few days, I've been searching for my friends addresses. I lost my contact book....That means, I have to text, facebook or call my friends up for their addresses.

I know that mailing is pretty lame. But you know what, I still think it's kinda great. Personally, I have never received any personal letters through the mail but once, I got a letter, confirming that I'm an organ donor. For some crazy reason, I was so HAPPY that I had a letter.

For me, I love handwritten letters. In high school, I often wrote letters for my friends during their birthdays. And when I get a handwritten letter from them, I feel so happy.

I know e-cards do exist. So why should I mail real cards? Mailing cost money. You have to buy the cards, get envelopes and stamps.

E-cards are FREE of charge and it's even better than mail. When you send it, you know that they received it instantly.
Mail takes time and sometimes, mails get lost. So yea. Why mail when you can do it via the internet?

I still prefer sending letters and real cards anyway. 


Handwritten letters and real cards shows the effort a person puts in.

Emails and e-cards don't have that same feeling that letters and real cards have.

Reading something a friend email you is sweet. But reading a real handwritten letter is even more touching and sweeter.

I know this is dying tradition but whatever.

I haven't mailed it yet. I have to buy the stamps. Anyhow, if you are my friend and you want me to mail you want. You can email me your address via my facebook, twitter or email.

Hopefully, I can mail it by next week.


Happy "Sam" said…
Total agree !!
Flower, present, birthday card ~

I also do myself !~~
hehe !~!

Beside that can save cost.
The most important is patient and love.

Slowly do it !~
Yahoo !!

Happy ~
Letter i also got write too ~
Love it !!

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