Physically / interactive
- In person (family and friends). Kisses and hugs included!
- Phone calls
- Facebook : mostly comments on my wall
- E-mail (multiple accounts, including Facebook)
- Skype messages (offline)
- Chat messages (offline)
- On paper via good old mail
Interesting to me was the fact that I received the largest number of my greetings electronically on my Facebook wall. This is a shift from last year in which the majority were received via e-mail and on the phone. The saddest part for me (as an origami enthusiast) is that I only received a few letters and cards from friends in the mail (or in person).Time to think about reviving the tradition of mailing letters to our friends... I will admit to being deficient in this area despite the fact that I am a member of elfa and I love paper folding.
Join elfa-e (the envelope and letter folding association's e-mail list) by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . As an incentive for you start sending beautiful mail; I will send you if you (a subjectively beautiful) envelope if you send me via e-mail your mailing address...