“A handwritten note is like dining by candlelight instead of flicking on the lights, like making a gift instead of ordering a product, like taking a walk instead of driving. Handwritten notes will add a lot to your life. You can still use the telephone or the Web for the daily chores of staying in touch, but for the words that matter, it’s courteous, classy, caring, and civilized to pick up a pen.” – Margaret Shepherd from The Art of the Handwritten Note
“To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow” – Audrey Hepburn
I must admit, the blog post “Stamp and Address the Envelope” did not have colorful, inspiring pictures. I must do better. I claim to like to take pictures, yet my first post contained images I clipped off the internet; shame on me. This post will be different. I thought that once in a while I… Continue reading Flowers in Time
“Let us all then leave behind letters of love and friendship, family and devotion, hope and consolation, so that future generations will know what we valued and believed and achieved.” Marian Wright Edelman
I thought it would be appropriate if for my first blog post I introduced you to some words of wisdom from Lewis Carroll, of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland fame. When I was searching for inspiration for a name for my blog I ran across a booklet written by Carroll in 1890, that accompanied his “Wonderland… Continue reading Address and Stamp the Envelope!