Love letters. Has anyone ever wondered what ever happened to writing love letters to the ones you adored? It seems as though romance is dead and I think it’s time we bring back some old school loving–starting with love letters.
Because of technology, I guess it’s easier to write a text, email or facebook post or inbox someone you’re involved with. But there’s something so detached from hiding behind a screen. Where’s the personal touches? Where’s the sincerity? Where’s the real love and care?
The beautiful thing about love letters, no matter whether there’s a visible mistake on there or whether it has been re-written so many times that it’s absolutely perfect–the fact that someone that you love back has taken some time out of their busy day to write something personal for you will always be more appreciated than something that has been quickly typed on a phone or computer.
It’s sad how this part of romance has dissipated. People’s relationships have so much technology blocking off some of the loving gestures that it seems as though, romance is dead (to an extent).
The thing about love is that it should be something amazing, something inspirational, something so beautiful that you share with another person that you would be willing to do sweet things like walking your date to their door, kissing their hand as a greeting or as a goodbye or writing a love letter, sending flowers at random, holding hands just because.
Bring back the romance. Bring back the love letter. Bring back the love.