If you are looking for a way to organize your Month of Letters Challenge, we have a calendar for you.
Participant Richelle had said,
“I printed up a calendar and am filling in the days with people I want to write! I have a big stash of stationary I am hoping I can finally use. I may have to break the rules and send more than one a day. So many people I want to write!”
That was a brilliant idea, so I made a calendar page that you can print out to help plan your letter writing. (Oh, it’s not breaking the rules to send more than one thing a day.)
Download the Month of Letters Calendar for February, 2012 as a pdf. Thanks for the suggestion, Richelle.
“Never think, because you cannot easily write a letter, that it is better not to write at all. The most awkward note that can be imagined is better than none…” —Emily Post, 1922
Allow me confess that I am surprised, and delighted, by how many people seem to be excited by the Month of Letters challenge. I had thought that, if people seemed interested, that I would make a website for the challenge next year. La! Perhaps this year is a better idea.
However, that does mean that you are arriving at a website that is half-baked. I can see the need for a central location, but will need your help in understanding what the community needs. So stop in the Forums, poke around the tête-à-tête.
Let me know what you are interested in.
Oh, and get ready to send some mail.
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