Monday, January 01, 2007


How did we survive ..

When a letter might take six months to get to England, and the reply six months back?


Anonymous said...

wow! now thats what they call snail mail! but they didn't know that term way back then.

JahTeh said...

First I wondered how I managed without a phone then the last two weeks I've panicked about not having internet access. Never take anything for granted and I still use snail mail for thank-you notes.

Anonymous said...

i think it's called "trust" JT, the internet is throwaway, KFC, Big Mac plastic shit. Handwritten, on paper, will always be be valued, kept in the heart - handed down for generations to come.

Davo (am still trying t figure out how to comment on my own blog)

Anonymous said...

.. and wasn't the previous "anonymous" sheesh .. what have i done??


dr.alistair said...

it`s called patience. we are so conditined to impatience now that we can do it in three minutes with a microwave oven. after only a minute sitting in front of the thing you can get so worked up that you will unplug the thing and go hungry. isn`t technology wonderful?