There is nothing quite like a handwritten thank you note. Sure, it is easier to send a quick email or text message, we all do. But with today’s 140-character communication, a handwritten note stands out. It might even be saved by the recipient.
I’ve received letters, cards, postcards and other personal notes that date back to junior high school. They were important to me at the time and I like knowing I have them now. And I know you’ll never hear me say I need to “delete delete delete” them in the same way I do with my emails.
– Abbie S. Fink, HMA Public Relations