• There is something very sensual about a letter. The physical contact of pen to paper, the time set aside to focus thoughts, the folding of the paper into the envelope, licking it closed, addressing it, a chosen stamp, and then the release of the letter to the mailbox - are all acts of tenderness.

    Terry Tempest Williams (2015). “Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place”, p.84, Vintage