Write On In April…

letter writers alliance, wax seal, member stamp, postage stampJust when I thought I couldn’t handle another month-long letter writing challenge…well, here I go again. I heard about the Write On Campaign on Instagram a few weeks ago and I signed up for a free kit, so now I’m obligated, right?

In all honestly, I’m really looking forward to April, which is actually the “official” National Letter Writing Month. I’m looking forward to getting back into the daily habit of writing and catching up on my growing mail pile. And, I just found my original welcome note from the Letter Writers Alliance. March 29th marked my five year anniversary as a member of LWA. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate than writing letters!

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13 thoughts on “Write On In April…

  1. Kim says:

    Love the photo in your post–where did you get that cute button? Thanks.

  2. yes, what a great tableau! lovely shot! i hadn’t heard about this, but i’m game – i knew it was national correspondence month, but another challenge? OK, let’s do it! thanks for the heads up!

  3. Cindy R. says:

    Really going to try this month! I just sent out one of the cards from my kit today πŸ™‚

  4. lalumii says:

    I’m trying to write a letter every day, too! It’ll be difficult for me, but I really want to send out small notes… it always makes me happy, and I know the recipients love it. : ) Good luck to both of us!

  5. devalayer says:

    Love that seal and stamp! Might have to join LWA just for those… Good luck with your challenge! πŸ˜€

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