Written Thanks


Recently, I took the time to write a few thank you cards. I was out of practice of writing my cursive in a slow methodical way so that it was legible to the reader. Paper leaves little room for mistakes. If there are mistakes you have to scribble them out. 

Yet, I am happy that I did construct my words because it made me think about how collecting one's thoughts and writing those down on the page. I tried my best to not make mistakes and make sure my cursive lowercase letter t's looked like t's instead of my super quick cursive that makes my lowercase t's look like lowercase l's.

As I completed the cards, I wished that more people took the time to write thank you cards in cursive. Even if it is just a three sentences it feels good someone took the time to hand write a card where they could be scrolling thorough a smartphone.