March 8, 2016 4:21am CST
Before the internet became such an easy way to communicate with people by sending emails, we all used to send each other letters when we needed to get in touch. I was reminded of this when I found a book in a charity shop. The book is called `Timewaster Letters' and it was written by Robin Cooper. Throughout the book there are copies of letters that Robin has sent to various organisations. These include letters to various clubs and associations, most of which I had never heard of before. Robin often makes unrealistic demands in these letters but most of them get a polite reply from the people he sends them to. I found this book to be very funny and different from the sort of book that I would normally read.
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• Chennai, India
11 Mar 16
My mother still writes to my son atleast once a month though they talk over phone everyday. He is three and I read it out to him. When I ask my mother why she does it, she simply says, its a great evidence to show his granny loves him