February is Letter Month! #LetterMo

LetterMo2015square-1024x1024 <– clicking on the button takes you to the official website http://www.lettermo.com.

I am not able to get into the Letter Month website because my email/password seems to be irretrievable so I won’t be vying for any badges and high count contests like I did last year. Oh well. Yes, I tried to create a whole new ‘nother account and it still won’t let me in. Sigh.

But I’m still doing the letter writing! Which is what the whole month is about. I really don’t need the distraction. I’m supposed to be looking for a job, yaknow.

Since the first of the the month, I’ve sent 6 birthday cards, 3 regular ol’ letters which were in response to letters received, 2 copies of the Introduction to Sister Carrie, 1 book package sent “media mail”, and 1 postcard.

I’ve got 4-5 postcards selected to write tomorrow – most inspired by the “SEND COMPLIMENTS on a POSTCARD” challenge per the website and of course, a few birthday cards (to be properly timed), and responses to the letters received in the last few days.

Ahem, did I sign up for Pet Sematary? I do not recall signing up for the Pet Sematary Readalong! Do I hafta?! <– the WHA!? reaction to Jill’s “Save the date” postcard I got today. Hmmph.

Did YOU write any letters this month  yet?  Will you?

 

 

 

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28 thoughts on “February is Letter Month! #LetterMo

  1. I haven’t written any letters this month, but I’ve written postcards! And I will try very hard to write at least one proper letter, and at least one nice note. (It is a sympathy note, and I have been putting it off because I don’t know what to say.)

    1. Post cards TOTALLY count!
      Whenever I write a sympathy card, I google ‘nice things to say in a sympathy card’ and get so many examples, it helps me put my heart thoughts into words. Best, C

  2. Oh! When is the Pet Sematary Read-Along? I might try to get in on that if I can! But I really wanted to listen to IT by Stephen King soon, too, and I probably can’t do both. Good luck with the job search! Can you count cover letters, I wonder?

  3. Yes, I’ll definitely be writing letters (or postcards) this month. I am on a mission these days to find a pie postcard … My postcard-searching skills must not be very good so I may have to actually make one. You’ve been warned.

    1. I have a few pie postcards that are Valentine’s Day themed. It’s about time for me to get those out. And I appreciate the warning(?) – I will be watching my mailbox!

  4. I wish I was doing better at mailing things because I did want to do this again this year… The post office used to be close and now it is not, so I got slack. 😦

  5. I’ve only mailed one letter this month, just this morning in fact. But hey, maybe you can give me bonus points since it’s to you. 😛 I do have some cards I will be mailing soon, and some postcards I’d like to mail. I do so love that compliment idea; she’s right–why don’t we do that more often? I actually do try, but not nearly as much as I’d like to.

    1. Postcards are easy-entry. Just buy a bunch of postcards stamps and apply them to a stack of postcards – when the whim to write some one hits, you’ll be ready!

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