My thoughts are On sending Presidents Day ePostcard tomorrow. Before beginning, this quick reminder, with it being a federal holiday it means no mail here in the United States. In addition, the month of Letter Writing challenges continues for February.
The free Presidents Day ePostcard from American Greetings is a great opportunity to stay in touch.
There is no sign up required for using it. I was able to send one from Cooper to myself without even having to sign up for a free 7-day trial.
In the screenshot I am including above you’ll see I have highlighted the “Personalize and Send” button. Just click that and it takes you to the screen to enter the sender email and name and your email and name and type your message and send. Enjoy!
In addition, in looking back at previous Presidents Day blog post from the past seven years, I’m seeing two posts that I particularly enjoyed writing:
- “Dere Mr. President”: The Hilarious Letters Kids Write to the President, January 12, 2016
- Guarding Tess Presidential Library Letters, February 19, 2018
The Letter Writing Month Challenges for February 2022 continue to be underway
From my Heart of a letter blog post, (January 30, 2022), it includes listing several for the month of February along with screenshot of them: LetterMo, #InCoWriMo, incowrimo2022.org, and check out year round the wonderful A World of Snail Mail Forum…
Before closing, this next week there are two things I’m noting on my calendar.
First, on Tuesday, take note of the date, 2-22-22 for February 22, 2022!
And later this next week, on Saturday, February 26, 2022 it marks my seventh year blog anniversary here!
Thank you for continuing to be on this blog journey with me!! Here’s to a great week ahead!
Attribution & thanks to American Greetings, link above.