Does today’s lifestyle allow for letter writing? Monday 11 February 2008 PDF Print With the back to basics approach becoming ever more popular with organic food, natural remedies, environmental issues, and reducing use of electronic products, the art of letter writing is now growing in popularity. Write a Letter Week, is taking place on 22 – 28 February 2008 and is aimed primarily at the 5 – 11 years, is bringing back the art of creating a letter that has a personal sentiment attached. Letters have the power to bring joy to those who receive them – and there are no age boundaries to writing or receiving letters. Letters continue to be a great source of knowledge and history throughout the ages and www.Leavealetter.com is helping to deliver this expression of emotions to future generations by teaming the traditional letter writing form with the ever developing internet world. Jill Green, co-founder of Leave A Letter, said “The letters will become a treasured possession, like they have over the years, to offer a powerful and priceless legacy. “Everyone loves to receive a letter and everyone comprehends the value of a letter to cherish, but does today’s lifestyle allow for this extraordinary gift to be created? “We want to create a union of traditional letter writing with current computing technology. The service provides the ability to express emotions, love, aspirations, advice, and memories in a letter which is stored securely and can be updated at any time and anywhere. Letters left with Leavealetter.com are stored securely, unseen by anyone until the writer has passed away, only then are the letters available to the loved ones, at a time appropriate to them. For more information or to arrange an interview please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01252 794545, Jill Green or Angie Mills. Notes to editor: About leavealetter.com™ (www.leavealetter.com) Leavealetter.com™ was born through the life changing personal experiences of its creators, Jill Green and Angie Mills. When Jill’s father passed away, he left letters for both her and her mother. When Angie’s husband passed away shortly afterwards, he had not had the chance to write his intended letters for his wife and two sons. The service offers a secure and private resource for people who wish to write and store personal letters for their loved ones. They can be safe in the knowledge that their letters will be safely delivered to them when they need a message of love most. By registering on www.leavealetter.com , subscribers are able to log in and write letters to their loved ones which are safely stored electronically and can be updated as and when required. The letters are sent to the recipients by leavealetter.com upon the subscriber’s death. Letters are kept privately and safely. The service spares friends and relatives the painful process of searching for that personal letter and possibly never finding it. This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Leavealetter.com in the following categories: Children & Teenagers, Leisure & Hobbies, Women's Interest & Beauty, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.