Keeping up with my monthly challenge of eight letters, minimum.
There have been requests for cards, as well, so I’ll be digging into my page-a-day calendars and my photos to doll up those selections a bit.
Challenge for me: Just keeping an organized workspace to make the composition process seamless.
As you can tell by my occasional cross-outs, etc., I’m clearly working from the school of ‘better done than perfect’, but still, if I could remove additional distractions, that would make this an even more enjoyable project.
Sometimes my notes to elders turn into mini-pep talks and reminders we still have control over how are days are spent.
It’s quotes like today’s that help move the message forward. So if/when I’m at a loss for words, there is always a quote or a calendar page or a photo from my camera roll to add impact and/or insight that I generally lack.
A plug for Love for Our Elders. Tagline: We’re fighting loneliness with love, one letter at a time.
Am hoping the card spurs a little interest and action.
Thanks for visiting. I always appreciate the folks who press the ‘Like’ button to let me know the post arrived safely.
I am always happy to steer you to letter-writing destinations and resources on the Web. Just let me know what you need.
A reminder to me: It’s always nice to see that, by sending in a request to More Love Letters, someone is leading the charge to help these letters’ recipients.
Another lesson: There is always a quote available to kickstart any note or letter I’m writing. Yet another: I have fun trying to lighten things up a bit. One of my daily calendars usually comes through…