The Lost Art Of Letters
Telephones have been around for a long while, but letters reigned supreme in the 90s when we meticulously folded our notes into a million different styles, handing them off to our besties in between classes. If we didn’t have time to write them back during lunch, we spent our weekends heart-dotting our I’s and writing the letters a,y,g, and t as creatively as we could.
Although you can find nostalgic tutorials on Pinterest on how to fold notes like you did way back when, chances are your weekends no longer include handwritten letters. The instant nature of texting has replaced our origami letters, leaving us few places to practice those weird S things everyone incessantly drew.