How to Write a Cute Note to a Friend: 7 Steps (with Pictures)
THIS WEEK: Write a Note to a Friend
When I was in high school, we had friendship week where the girls could purchase cards, write a note to a friend, put them in a bag and have them “sent” to their friends. One of the cards had three stick-figure girls on it, looking happy, with the text, “Get Excited!” Get excited because we’re friends. Yay!
Write a note to a friend this week
Decorate a card, then write a note to a friend or loved one and send it off! We'll have everything you need to mail a sweet hand-written note, including stamps!
Friendship/Appreciation notes can be hard to write because we’re not used to thanking people for being your friend. In reality, what you’re doing is acknowledging the friendship and thereby, acknowledging the friend. Acknowledgement like this is a powerful thing. Write a note to a friend this week. They will cherish it, and feel happy knowing they have a friend like you that would take the time to write them.When I was in high school, I remember very, very occasionally walking into class to find the ultimate surprise — guests. It might be former students, or one of the teacher’s friends who just happened to stop by, but it always meant one thing: a shorter, more laid-back class in which none of us would get yelled at. I’d pull out a piece of notebook paper to write a note to a friend (in gel pen, of course, and then painstakingly folded into some intricate origami pattern), while others would start games of hangman or throw paper footballs. The downside, of course, was that whatever work we did manage to get done that day would have extra eyes upon it, especially if we had a presentation to do.Shaker documents provide a window to the past that help us realize what daily life was like in the Watervliet Community. Examine photo reproductions of nineteenth century journals, letters and accounts and discover some of the tips and tricks historians use to decipher historic manuscripts. Try your hand at writing using a dip pen and ink. Write a note to a friend and learn how to fold and seal letters the way they did in the nineteenth century.