THE LOST ART OF SENDING A CARD

What happened to the days of sending cards? Not automatic online cards or email cards, but a real physical card that you wrote yourself? It seems as if this is a dying practice that was once the only way of communication. Sending letters, notes, or cards through the mail was the only way you received "updates". There were no instant videos of your friends eating lunch or buying new clothes. It took a week or more to learn of something new and exciting in someones life and now, we know almost too soon. 

THE LOST ART OF SENDING A CARD

These days my mom is the only person I receive a handwritten card from on birthdays or special occasions. My son also gets a handwritten card from his Nana and this is something that we both cherish and look forward to on birthdays and it is this feeling that I extend to Lord Wallington customers. 

The feeling of receiving something in the mail that isn't from Amazon is, well in my opinion, refreshing. Someone took the time out of their day to sit down and actually write their thoughts on a card rather than typing them. This almost seems like the ultimate gift these days, someones time. 

THE LOST ART OF SENDING A CARD

Here at Lord Wallington we practice the art of handwritten notes and cards whenever possible. The personal touch this brings isn't something you get from an automated response system. This is real, personal, engagement that we take pride in. We hope you find some time to send a personal card to a family member or friend. We can guarantee it'll make their day. 

Live a lifestyle worthwhile, 

THE LOST ART OF SENDING A CARD

 


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