AN increasing number of people have discovered a way to tell their families and friends how much they care for them—even when they’re not able to actually say so.
That’s because these folks have found an ingenious new service that lets you create notes for the most important people in your life and then, once you pass away, each person receives the letter you left.
You can say anything, how much you love them, how proud you are of them, a piece of advice, or just something you never got around to saying. Your note can become a precious keepsake, handed down for generations.
How it works
Once you sign up, you simply write your notes and choose up to three “verifiers,” trustworthy individuals who will notify the service if anything unfortunate happens to you. Then, Heart Writing sends your notes by mail or e-mail.
Anyone can join, absolutely free, with a 14-day trial membership at www.HeartWriting.com
Find further facts, inspiration and ideas online at www.HeartWriting.com. North American Precis Syndicate