Sending a handwritten letter is becoming such an anomaly. It's disappearing. My mom is the only one who still writes me letters. And there's something visceral about opening a letter - I see her on the page. I see her in her handwriting.— Steve Carell
Mind-blowing Handwritten Letters quotations
How do I let the director know how obsessed I am and willing to do anything for the movie? Like, I wanted to write this one director a letter, so I wrote him a handwritten note. But then I was like, 'How many people are writing this guy handwritten letters? Is it going to seem cheesy? What do I do?'
I realized how valuable the art and practice of writing letters are, and how important it is to remind people of what a treasure letters--handwritten letters--can be. In our throwaway era of quick phone calls, faxes, and email, it's all to easy never to find the time to write letters. That's a great pity--for historians and the rest of us.
It's amazing how email has changed our lives.
You ever get a handwritten letter in the mail today? 'What the? Has someone been kidnapped?'
When you see a handwritten envelope addressed to you in your packet of mail when you get your mail out of the mailbox - when you see a personal letter waiting for you - it's exciting. It touches you. You say "Oh, somebody really thought of me and didn't just slap a mailing label across an envelope. Somebody wrote something to me."
A handwritten, personal letter has become a genuine modern-day luxury, like a child's pony ride.
I have 800 books of just Samuel Beckett's work, tons of his correspondence, personal letters that he wrote. I have copies of plays he used when he directed, so all of his handwritten notes are in the corners of the page.
First book was handwritten, then the printing press, now we've got our Kindles.
To be able to push a button and a dictionary comes up. And then, at my age, that I can make the letters any size I want, and that I can carry all of William Shakespeare, all of Gogol, all of Franz Kafka in my handbag? You've got to love it.
I think a handwritten letter - a lot of guys don't realize what that means.
It's those little romantic touches that tell a lady, "I like a lot of people, but you have a special place in my heart."
To me, reading through old letters and journals is like treasure hunting.
Somewhere in those faded, handwritten lines there is a story that has been packed away in a dusty old box for years.