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Do you write letters on a regular basis? Is this an important habit to model for our children? How do we renew appreciation for letters?

What do you do in your family to encourage letter writing? Do you save letters, and if so, do you ever share and reread them? I would be interested in how others keep letter writing alive in the world.

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    May 6 2013: Actually,I am starting to write letters .as a colleage student ,I have little oppotunity to meet my old friends face to face.I‘m worried about our friendship.Although we can talk through phones or send emails,I feel it makes our connection less valued and stay in words.I want to send them letters to show my appreciation,my care .It is more tangible and considering. On the other hand, I am not very satisfied about those e_tools for it takes much more time than i expected in the daily life . Sometimes,I feel I‘m too virtual .
    • May 6 2013: I still write to and receive letters from my college roommate of almost 40 years ago, as well as some of my high school friends. I've also kept most of the letters I've received and have been using them as material for my Life Letters blog.

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