When you want to declare your heart......

September 1, 2008 8:27pm CST
When you want to declare your heart,which way do you like--write a letter(handwriting) or use the email?
3 responses
@mickalotz (179)
• South Korea
2 Sep 08
It depends on the person's handwriting, we type more than write now days, so writing would be more creative (inverse to what it used to be) as well as proof that it's written by you as well as the thought counts
@likaes (496)
• Singapore
2 Sep 08
If I wanted to, I wouldn't use a medium like emails or letters, or even messages on the phone or whatever people do these days. I feel these kind of things are best done person-to-person. That way, you can see a genuine response from the person, right away. It takes a lot of courage and bravery, but I think I could do it. If that's not possible, meeting face-to-face, then perhaps a phone call. I doubt I'd use a letter or email to do something like this.
@patgalca (14649)
• Orangeville, Ontario
2 Sep 08
I use several methods. Sometimes I will write a poem, like I did this weekend. My husband is away and I miss him so I found myself writing a poem. But my handwriting is atrocious so what I usually do is type it up nice. The last poem I gave to him I typed it inside a heart. Once I sent him a quick email of a short poem. And sometimes I will stick notes or even little greeting cards in his lunch. I declare my love to him every day, several times a day (though not when he is away because I don't hear from him every day - which is why I'm feeling so sad). I also declare my love to my children every day... verbally.