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Edda Boundy
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I have all the love letters my husband ever sent me. He passed away 2 years ago…I’m so glad I have those letters to read over and over, when I want to feel him close to my heart!!

Lisa Van Vliet
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lol… I actually wrote something like a love letter to my husband and stuck it behind his drivers license in his wallet. It was MONTHS before he discovered it.. He sent me a text thanking me, and I couldn’t even remember what I had written on it!

Suzanne Paulman Peoples
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Every one I ever received is saved…whether that person is still in my life or not. They are special and dear to me and I’ll cherish them always.

Carla F. Luigi
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LOL although i tend to be cold towards my partners, this is something that I’m pretty sure would melt my heart, nothing sweeter than taking the time to profess your love.

Dina Recor
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Email works fine too. The important part is the beauty of fully formed and expressed thoughts, captured and conveyed through carefully selected language.

Claude Caillet
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I send 1 love card from time to time (each month or so) to my BF… I feel I send a piece of me with the card… and he loves to receive them… but… Im 57 so Im “old school”…

Jessica Rowe
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Words matter FAR more than their delivery. I would 100% prefer a lengthy text, well written and full of sentiment, than a weak letter conveying little romance just because it was written on paper with a pen. Granted, it’s not like those are the only two options but the point stands that simply being hand-written doesn’t make words more valuable.

Jenna Marie
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Awwww yes! Holding a tangible piece of paper versus a “send it and forget it”, deletable/easily disposable text on a screen?! That letter shows that forethought, time, effort, and care were used and that carries so much more consideration. It’s far more meaningful that a text composed while on the bus, out with friends in between beers and laughs, or squeezed into a small window of opportunity.

Aitor Rey
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It is a long long time since I haven’t seen you. I don’t need to see you or hear from you for I know that you are ok. I do receive quite often your special nectar or mystical honey or the precious royal jelly as I call to this shiny gold, the finest of wisdoms. Those are in fact oceans of sincere merry about you and life and this is a huge chemical reaction of love that is the cohesive glue of all things. I do not expect anything for real friendship is a real thing with the non desire… Read more »

Kara Ekaterina
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I work for an elderly- care company and hear about this all the time. A widow whose husband died years before, but she still has his letters from each day he sent them to her. Oh my god. That’s love! ??

Alexandra Kartheiser
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I used to write love letters to my boyfriend and the first one he received he said it was the best gift he’s ever gotten. And he was not a mushy guy. They are underestimated in my opinion.

Sue Folk
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Letters are always appreciated andoften treasured. They show that someone cares enough to take the time to write and then post something to you. You can then hold the letter in your hand, knowing that the writer did the same. It is a simple thing which is becoming a lost art and that is a shame.

Karim Bourmani
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i’ve done that with my girlfriend, my ex girlfriend by the way, she did the same, and then she told me that love don’t exist, and she left me, and now i’m eating a cheese sandwich, i love cheese sandwich… cheese sandwich is life ! cheese sandwich is love 😀

Desiree Aponte
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Oh, how wonderful would that be..sadly, chivalry is dead, so are the days of romance..love letters, holding hands, holding open a door or pulling out a chair..going on dates..times have truly changed. 🙁

María Consuelo Gómez Martín
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To be honest, I think the important thing is to be able to show how you feel.
No matter how you do it, or how you write it.

You seriously think a nice message in the morning, even if it is a “WhatsApp” or a text one, doesn’t make the other person happy?

Maybe I’m funny that way, but it makes my day

Cyra Ashmore
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My s/o has written me plenty of love letters. On paper, people. He opens my doors and pulls my seat out for me when we eat. He gets me flowers and tells me he loves me countless times a day. Don’t say chivalry is dead because it’s not. It may not be seen as much, but it’s still there.

Ester Marie Perez
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Still have all of my husbands love letters dating all the way back from high school. I love to read them when he’s on a business trip. Sure texting is great, I love the randomness and the ability to connect over many miles but the letter…I guess I’m old school…it just makes me feel so loved. Letters don’t happen as often now that we are married and because of technology but it’s just a nice stroll down memory lane.

Jane Sanders
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I used to get love letters when I was younger ❤️?, we need to remove mobile phones and the Internet and start again, I survived, and my god it was fun X

Tabitha Cousins
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I don’t care how you show me love. Letter, text, simple gesture that others would take for granted (ie: bringing home dinner so I don’t have to cook tonight, a kiss on the forehead when I don’t feel well, a pinch on my butt as I walk by…) It’s the sentiment that lasts. It’s the feeling that will live on. The object, no matter how nice the stationary or how sparkly the jewel, will be lost in time.

Mary Daniel Juday
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I have every letter my husband of 21 years wrote to me. He was in the Air Force stationed far away. They fill up 2 leg Rubbermaid bins. I’ve read them many times throughout the years. His work took him all around the world but his words kept him close to my heart. He is long since retired now and he still leaves me love notes around the house.

Julio Ugas
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I write my girl letters and poems! At the end of the year, I make a book out of them so she could have them all together to read 🙂

Billy McDonald
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Ever since I attempted to enter the”dating world” I’ve done this for people. Letter and a rose or a bouquet of roses if I REALLY like someone. Hasn’t worked once. I’ve been told many times I’m an old soul in a young body, and apparently it’s true because the younger generations don’t have the same appreciation as it was once upon a time.