Letter writing

To take a break from the cooking posts (sorry, I’m a bit obsessed lately — blame it on this thing I’m trying to write), I’ll get back to letters, in both senses of the word, for a moment.

Today I put some cards in the post to various members of my family. Thank you notes, really. But it got me thinking again about how much I love sending and receiving things in the mail.

How serendipitous then, that I should come across this project over at Savidge Reads, completely by accident. What a great idea!

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4 thoughts on “Letter writing

  1. I signed up for the Savidge Reads project last week. It looks like fun.

    I wrote letters to all my Brisbane friends at the end of last year, and one of them wrote back, and it’s so much fun sending her letters and then getting them every few days.

    Letter-writing is such a fun thing to do, and it gives me something to write when I don’t have any fiction ideas

    • I used to write letters to one of my (many) cousins as well, and more recently to a friend I used to live with. It was a lot of fun — I miss it.

      And you’re right about it giving you some writing to do!

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