Handwritten notes are my favorite way to communicate.

It’s not done much anymore which makes it all the more meaningful.

What a joy for me to think about my letter landing in someone’s post to brighten their day.

As I considered names for my email, a friend had let me know she’d received my letter. She remarked, “Thanks for the Gail Mail.”

I thought, that’s it.

Gail Mail. It rather fits don’t you think?

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I wish it were possible for us to meet at that quaint café and share a cup of tea.

Perhaps one day we can. Until then, we’ll meet here once a month through Gail Mail.  I’ll introduce you to someone who will inspire us to live a well steeped life. Oh, and I’m all about whimsy, so expect all sorts of sparkle too.

Speaking of, have you ever been to the “City of Dreaming Spires?” Oxford, England. Talk about a place steeped in history. That adoring land across the pond filled my soul completely as we toured The Kilns-home of CS Lewis, fixed our eyes on Radcliffe Camera which really isn’t a camera but a quite famous building. We ate great food and stayed here at this charming bed and breakfast.

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Yes, that’s the Queen with her corgi waving in the window! I’d love to send this photo, along with a few of my favorite things to you. Of course, I’ll need your home address. Follow this link.

I promise to write and I won’t share your information with anyone.

If you’d prefer not to, I’ll understand. Would you consider just giving me your email? I’d love for you to meet Shelly Miller through Gail Mail. She’s my first legacy inspiration.

I know you’ll love learning about her. She lived in England. Swoon. Lucky gal. I know, right?

2020 was a challenging year. Especially for Shelly. Especially her.

Her story has had a profound impact on my life. I have a feeling it will for you too.

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