Friday, January 17, 2014

Receive A Handwritten Letter & Free Photograph

There's something special and exciting about receiving a handwritten letter in the mail don't you think?  So here's the deal . . . . .


If you'd like to see something in your mailbox other than bills simply send me an email at dychedesigns@hotmail.com with your full name and address and one or two random facts about yourself.  That's it!  It doesn't matter where in the world you are (no exclusions).

Then sit back and start the vigil for a handwritten letter and photo to appear in your mailbox.

13 comments:

  1. Kathryn a handwritten letter really warms the soul doesn't it? Maybe you can start a trend :)

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    1. Thanks Steph . . . happy to send a little something to the UK for you. :0)

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  3. What a wonderful idea. Letter writing has become a lost art.

    My sister certainly enjoys mail she receives since she can no longer talk as easily.

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  4. A beautiful idea K. :)

    I insist that my "Kids" write hand written notes after they receive a gift, always, even as young adults, which is harder to get them to do it in this computer generation but they respectfully do it, they understand the LOVE between the giving and receiving :)

    Have a lovely weekend, cheers, T. :)

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  5. alright...i am game...and will send one back when i get it...smiles.

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  6. What a beautiful collection of winter birds. And I love your idea of sending real mail. So beautifully old-fashioned = :-)!!!

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  7. ...I may just take you up on that my friend. :)

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  8. Neato blog! Beautiful pictures! My uncle is always trying to get me to learn all of the different types! Following!

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  9. that sounds fabulous. i love handwritten letters.

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  10. I'm so doing this, Kathryn! be on the lookout :) - Michael ~

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  11. These birds are so exquisite...I have wrens and finches right now at our feeder. And many hummingbirds.

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    1. I love hummingbirds, boy are they fast.

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