Question of the day

Do you ever save greeting cards?

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11 Responses to Question of the day

  1. I always do since I get so few of them ^_^”.

  2. Joy says:

    I do sometimes. I still have my birthday card from my dad sitting here. It was all mushy and feely and I wish for those day again so I keep it there and dream things were the way they used to be.

  3. Phyllis says:

    Yes, I do. It’s special when someone is gone and you find a card that brings that relationship back to my mind. Brings back special memories.

  4. Sue says:

    I save them for a long time and then when I get around to going through my files I’ll throw them out. Not always all of them, but most of them.

    • SKL says:

      This is me, too. I feel bad throwing them out soon after receiving them.

      I have a very few that I have saved because of the handwritten messages inside, or some other sentimental aspect.

  5. Just a Mom says:

    Yes I do. I was heart broken about 12 years ago we got flooded and I lost all my childhood cards.

  6. Laura says:

    I don’t save many. I’m not very comfortable with the mushy cards, so most of the cards I get are funny ones. I save them for a while, put them on display or whatever, and eventually, I’ll recycle them. I DO have a lot of the ones we got when Josh was born, though, put away in a box with the newspapers from that day and a few other mementos. I also have all the letters my brother, Mike, sent me when he was in the Army. THOSE are priceless. Going back and reading them now is an absolute hoot – letters from a grown man, in the Army in some sticky situations, to a six-year old little girl. They’re pretty cool.

  7. mssc54 says:

    Yes and I reuse them too. I just black out the previously wrtten names or verbage… unless it’s something I would write. Then I sign my name.

  8. Nikki says:

    Most, I throw out. It depends on who it is, the occasion, and the card. My best friend always sends the perfect cards, and they truly mean something to me, I keep almost all of hers.

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