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Ah, what a romantic post. I adore the poetry of words on paper. Happy Valentine to you and family, too. Warmly hope all is well. xoxoxo
I have a wonderful letter from my Grandmother with her blessings of our marriage and I love that she wrote it on a simple sheet of paper. Off to write my love a letter and set the table for a family dinner, full of love and chocolate fondue for dessert.pve
I'm a sucker for a good love letter ~ and I've kept every card, note or little scribble my beloved has ever given to me. Happy Valentine's day to you sweet Victoria!
I love your new photo!! We burned our love letters - they were so boring - but when Warren was away at college and I still in high school I wrote 3-5 times a week. he would often get none for several days and then several on the same day. Phone calls were so expensive at that time. Very pre cell phone days!!!A Valentine Wish to you and your family for a lovely day! :)
Oh dearest, I am so late today; our room addition has been requiring much time. I LOVE THAT BEDSPREAD!!!! Have a magnificent evening!! Anita
Fashion, Art and other fancies: I agree; nothing could be sweeter!Patricia: This is truly a blessing! I have a couple of letters by my grandmother as well, I cherish them deeply! I always loved her writing and penmanship!Mel: Isn't this lovely? Me too, I have them stacked away!Rebecca: Thank you dear friend! You did? well, you have them all in your heart I am sure!Anita: Thanks for looking in today! You will get through it all and you are going to enjoy all your hard labor!Can't wait to see some of it! xoxo
I agree. We don't write enough letters anymore. There's a beauty in having your feelings written out with your own hand. I love seeing people's signatures and handwriting. There's so much personality in it!I hope you have a wonderful valentine's day!
I like your new photo too...and that bedspread! x
Christine, so nice to see you back!And Lois: Thanks my friend! Love that bedspread too!