When was the last time you received a handwritten "thank you" note in the mail from a friend, co-worker, or relative? I'll bet you can tell me exactly when you received it, who it was from and why they sent it. Do you know why? In today's world of e-mails, voicemails, text messages and Facebook, the easiest way to thank someone is electronically, or the unacceptable option, not thank them at all.

The truth is, handwritten notes are a lost art. In today's busy world, we have forgotten how much a nice note means to someone.

​Consider sending an appreciation note to a nurse who has cared for a loved one, or to a special teacher, or you may even tuck a note in a gift or in someone's door. Emails and text messages don't have the same personal touch as a handwritten note.​

I have created six-pack card selections, with envelopes, that I hope will inspire others to send personal notes themselves.

The cost is $10.00 for the six-pack of 4.25" x 5.5" folded ​photo note cards with blank interior for writing your personal messages.