Would you like to receive a greeting cards through online or post?

Philippines
January 22, 2010 6:47am CST
Way back then, I often received a greeting cards in every occasions through post, but now in our modern technology I only receive online greeting cards, which I really missed. Do you still send cards through postal?
4 responses
@myfb2009 (8296)
• Malaysia
22 Jan 10
Yes, i still send greeting cards through postal service because i feel by doing that way, it brings more meaningful memories to the recipients. But, of course it's more expensive and time consuming than sending online greeting cards. Only sometimes when i am too busy and it's last moment which i am unable to send greeting cards anymore, then i will send online greeting cards to them. So, i will always said i prefer to receive greeting cards through postal service than online.
• Philippines
23 Jan 10
Yeah, it's a different feeling when you received a greeting cards by post than by email. It's kinda more thoughtful way and makes you feel special as you know the effort given on sending a card on post. That's why, like you I would still prefer and love to received greeting cards by post. Anyway thank you for sharing with us and enjoy your weekends!
@myfb2009 (8296)
• Malaysia
25 Jan 10
Yup, receiving cards through post is more personal and you will feels the close attachment from the sender, when you receive the cards. Hope you do have a nice weekends, my friend.
• Philippines
23 Jan 10
i'd rather receive it thru posts. i miss it when people used to send us greeting cards. it's best to see the handwriting than opening your inbox and reading msgs. i see nothing wrong with email stuff but the greeting cards we received back then was better.i still send greeting cards...
• Philippines
23 Jan 10
Yeah, it's more special and personal when you received a greeting cards and of course the effort given by the person who send it to you could be more appreciated. Yeah, I love reading a hand written message, it's like telling it to you personally and expressing sincerely their feelings to you. Anyway thank you for sharing with us and enjoy your day!
@jkcokley (267)
• United States
30 Jan 10
I still send greating card via snail mail. However I also send via email when I am behind on my mailings, which lately is getting - well very behind. Technology is good but I agree - we do loss that personal touch.
@Janey1966 (24141)
• Carlisle, England
22 Jan 10
Yes, I do send greetings cards through the post as my family are not on the internet and it is more personal that way. However, I do have a friend in the US and I do send her computerised versions at times, including an animated one she really liked. So both have their place in modern society.