Do you think kids should learn how to write a hand written thank you notes
Do you think children should learn how write a hand writen thank you note
Yes. They need to know how to communicate in a way that outlasts the digital age, and hand written notes show they appreciate it and did more to show the appreciation than a thank you text.
by Mr. Happy 7 years ago
I am curious if people still write by hand or has everyone switched to the keyboard permanently? I still write by hand. I take notes, write on the side of my books, I often write on anything on which I can write in order to remember a though (my memory is terrible at times). I also write...
by Patty Kenyon 5 years ago
What inspires and motivates you to write?I have read through EXCELLENT Hubs during my two weeks here on HubPages and very curious what inspires and motivates you to write!!
by Becki Rizzuti 3 years ago
Do you write letters by hand?I'm beginning to write a book in second person. The character writes hand-written letters to another person in her life. Is this realistic? Do you still write letters to the people in your life?
by rutley 5 years ago
When was the last time you've actually hand-written a letter to someone and mailed it?No keyboard and no email! I wonder just how many folks do not do this anymore.. Especially for elderly family members that would just love to get a REAL letter or note.
by MellyMoo 9 months ago
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by Barbara Sloan 6 years ago
Do you prefer hand written thank you's or an email?I've received several thank you's via email and was wondering which do most people prefer?Hand written thank you's or are you okay with email thank you's?
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