The Lost Art of Sending Cards

Not many people send cards these days, or at least not many people I know do.

I used to make my own cards. I wrote the poems and used photos taken by either my husband or me. It was fun to create cards for family, friends, and colleagues. I sent many cards that expressed a special connection to a friend, family member, or colleague. Some were more universal.

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