Wednesday, September 23, 2009

"when I can have all the love you write"

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when i was growing up in the stone age, there was no emails or text messages, so we actually sent each other handwritten letters and postcards when we were oceans apart. i miss those days where i would just be sitting outside or in a cafe, writing those words with my ink pen, licking the stamps and sticking them on, then putting them into a post box with love, lots of love. and the anticipations of hoping something would arrive in my mail box is as equally heart-tickling, at times i would be so happy to have received a letter, that i actually held the mail against my heart and hugged it tight ... this is an old letter holder i bought from ANTHROPOLOGIE like frigging ten years ago, nesting
some of my most beloved mails

10 comments :

mi moleskine y yo said...

I like to sit in a cofee and write in my moleskine whatever, sometimes are letters, sometimes my thinking....
You should try

jezebel said...

warming my stationer heart

ariel romano said...

call me old-fashioned, but i still send handwritten letter to my loved ones.

Anonymous said...

one day we are gonna loose our ability to hand-write ...

Junnie said...

it is with hearts and that human touch that we write letters with hands. emails are cold and lack the feeling of warmth.

Alexxander said...

oooh thanks!! and me..love your blog!!! I link u!!

xoxo

- Alexxander.

MAISON CHAPLIN said...

I miss that too, but i keep tryin'!

Anonymous said...

give us your adress and we'll sent u some love letters...ahahah
xo

Annie said...

hey the one "at the top, the 4th on the right hand side" is from me? its your bday card if i am right.
u know, i've the same feeling as you when i got a hand written letter form someone else over the other side of the world.

dieyoungstaypretty88 said...

love that photo of the boy with the flower illustration on his face.
who's it by?