ART inspiring thoughtfulness

I love how art can inspire thoughtfulness. I found this pretty stationary at Micheal’s the other day and it inspired me to send my grandparents a little note. They live far away in Minnesota so I don’t get to see them very often. But every time I receive a card or note from my grandma my heart smiles. There’s something special about handwritten letter. Holding the physical letter in your hands, feeling the indents of the ink impressions, knowing they held the same paper and took time to write it especially for you. I always feel like a little kid when I get personal mail. I jump up, grab the letter, and quickly tear open the envelope. And smile as I read it.

I hope this little post inspires thoughtfulness in you. Tell me in the comment section who you plan to write a note to.

And just a little reminder, as my grandma always writes in her notes to me… The Lord is good.


7 responses to “ART inspiring thoughtfulness

  1. I’m going to Michael’s to get that stationary, it’s beautiful! Let’s see….we’re sending a cute little Valentine’s card to our 7 year old niece…I decorated the envelope with pretty stickers, and a huge on of a flower bouquet on the back. I thought to myself, “I’d be excited to get this envelope in the mail.” Haha. Thanks for this post Kelly, makes me want to send lots of letters!

  2. Micheal’s often comes through with their Dollar Bins. I like finding cards there. :) Great post…def inspiring to send some personal notes. To start off, I am going to be sending some (late) thank yous… for Christmas and my birthday. :o

  3. I love this stationary so very much.

    I’m going to send a card to my grandma, as well.

  4. aww i love grandma.
    your such a nice granddaughter…are you trying to make the rest of us look bad? haha jk

  5. I love that you wrote about notes! I’m really into cards and handwritten letters right now. I have a friend that I exchange letters with every month or so through the mail and there’s something so special about it, so I’ve been trying to do it a lot more.

  6. Love this post! Thanks for the inspiration to send more handwritten notes. I think I will send my sisters a little note this week. :)

  7. There is still something to be said for snail mail and it is the personal touch. God is good!!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s