To some, letter-writing is dead. Not to me. I am sad to see even one day of mail delivery going away, and worried it might prevent others from discovering the beauty in writing a letter – and hearing that someone was overjoyed to have heard from you. A gift that’s becoming harder and harder to give in an increasingly digital world.

No Saturday mail? Sign me, Heartbroken

Reporter Natalie DiBlasio writes at least two letters each day, including one to her grandmother, who has dementia. It’s how we stay connected, she writes.

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