hairylunch (hairylunch) wrote,


I just spent the last hour or so writing some letters and cards, which has provided an interesting reminder of a non-digital world.  One of the cards was a response to a friend who had sent a postcard, and another was in response to the idea that "social networks are boring and impersonal."

Kind of an interesting process - definitely slower and less efficient than digital communications (and a reminder of how atrocious my handwriting is).  I probably won't hear responses from these specific items for at least a week.  I wonder if the responses will be via digital methods, or if people will respond in kind?

Makes me think I should definitely gather some addresses before I go to visit my brother, so I can send foreign correspondence.


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