By creating purposefully handmade fiber artwork and design goods, I seek to enrich the lives of the people around me with unique and beautiful pieces.

Snail Mail and Photos

I've been printing photos lately.

And mailing them.

Photos are important.  The tangible and the visible are important too, which is why I value snail mail. It only takes a little bit of time to sit down and scribble something on a piece of paper, slip it in an envelope and put it in the mailbox. It may take more time than a text or an email or a Facebook message, but it means a whole lot more. It's time well-spent, too. Honestly, if we're saving so much time with these instant ways of getting in touch - what are we saving that time for? Face-to-face interaction? Not likely.

Write a letter to someone. Print a pretty photo and slip it in the envelope. Stick a stamp on it, seal it and slip it into the mailbox. I challenge you to do this at some point this week.


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