Estonia :: United States of America :: Singapore :: Scotland :: Italy :: Portugal :: Canada :: Indonesia :: Morocco :: United Kingdom :: Philippines :: Australia :: Japan :: Germany :: Norway :: The Netherlands :: Arab Republic of Egypt :: Mexico :: Malaysia :: Russia :: Vietnam :: France
I sent a tiny letter to each of these countries last week. To most, I sent more than one. Each and every envelope was sent with love, and it gave me such happiness to imagine the journeys these simple scraps of paper were about to take.
To anyone who says snail-mail is dead, just look at that list. Between sunrise and sunset on a single day, 54 people from 22 countries gave me - someone they don't know and have never met - their addresses, so that I could send them a little something in the mail. There would have been more, but I ran out of letters. Why did they do it? Because each of them knows this: a letter in the mail brings joy.
Also - and I can tell you this from personal experience - sending a letter brings joy, too.