I love email. I prefer it to the phone although people who know about these things think it is a distancing tactic. At least I am not addicted to a smart phone yet and texting. But who knows what the future holds.
Anyway, when I write to people with advice through the email and on Facebook, I am going to post it here for your perusal. Gee I hope I am not turning into a ego manic here. I just love to write for posterity. I have always been this way. I started my first diary at the age of 8 and my first scrapbook when I was 10. Now I have a bookcase full of binders which is how I organize my scrapbooks and journals. I am thinking about scanning my journal so it will be electronic. God has to send some money first . . .
P.S. I have been corresponding since I was about 10. When I went to visit my grandmother I wrote letters to my mom back at home. I modeled them after my father's letters to his mother when he was away at war. They were long and descriptive. You could say this was the beginning of my writing career. I was also taught to send thank you notes. Back then you used stationery and stamps were a nickle. I eventually found email. I was 49 and I thought it was magic. Today I am 67.