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Ode to Notecards

by Henry L. on March 9, 2009

The notecards I found on this site, have caused me this poem to write. The design called, “Floral Expressions” has on me made quite an impression. When you think of someone who’s sad, or working through troubles they’ve had, Do you worry about what to say, to help in your own little way? The beautiful […]

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Get Well Cards – Just How Sick Do You Have To Be?

by Henry L. on February 17, 2009

Do people who receive get well cards actually recover faster than those who suffer in solitude? Proponents of positive thinking would agree that well wishes and greeting cards from the world outside the sickroom can’t help but have a healing effect. When I’m not feeling well, even if it’s only a temporary state, it’s easy […]

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Ode to Business Notecards

by Henry L. on September 15, 2008

The business notecards I found on this site, have caused me this poem to write. The design called, “Floral Expressions” has on me made quite an impression. When you think of someone who’s sad, or working through troubles they’ve had, Do you worry about what to say, to help in your own little way? The […]

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Personal Notecards are Personal Indeed

by Henry L. on June 23, 2008

Personal notecards can mean so much more than greeting cards with preprinted sentiments. Notecards enable those sending the greeting cards to truly get personal when expressing messages to recipients. I had been ill for several months and received many greeting cards from well wishers. I was and am grateful for each and every one of […]

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Over the years I have sent many sympathy cards to family, friends and colleagues as well as business sympathy cards to acquaintances at work. I’ve never really given much thought to how these greeting cards are received or the words that are expressed inside of them. That is until I was on the receiving end; […]

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Sympathy Cards for the Loss of a Pet

by Henry L. on April 1, 2008

Dealing with the death of a loved one is a devastating life event. We often use sympathy cards to connect with people during these difficult times. I often feel that I should not approach someone in person as I do not want to make them cry as well. I cannot do it myself without breaking […]

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