I needed to whip up a quick ‘Thank You’ note for an awesome friend so I’m sharing this Moroccan Inspired Thank You card printable here with you. You know, just in case you need to practice the dying art of handwriting…
Before we leave on our next vacation, I’m popping a handwritten note over to a neighbor. While writing my thank you note, it got me thinking how little I write letters anymore. Do you remember writing letters for handwriting practice? Pen pals? Writing to the soldiers?
Now, we get eCards and pop over a quick text but I really think there’s something to writing out a sentiment. Maybe it’s because I attended finishing school and writing thank you notes was kind of a 100 level class, if ya know what I mean.
Handwriting can be classified as ‘vintage,’ right? And everything vintage gets a renaissance.
Obviously, my sardonic side is showing through, but keyboards are now the norm. Generations of the future aren’t going to be able to read your grandmother’s journal in 20 years because it’s going to become just a series of symbols soon. Is cursive the modern times’ hieroglyphs?
With schools adopting the paradigm shift and eliminating handwriting (cursive), if you want your kiddo to know how to connect letters, you’ll have to go back to teaching them on your dining room table.
Our dining room table is ready. And so are your Moroccan Inspired Thank You card printable (in French and English).
What about you – are you a fan of handwriting a note or popping a text or eCard over instead?
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