A number of my friends and family in the U.S. have come down with the dreaded viral infection going around now for the past 2 years. Although we keep in touch regularly with text messages and an occasional phone call, there’s nothing like sending a handwritten sentiment to brighten someone’s day.
With the Mexican mail system being what it is, I had all but given up on sending cards. However, if you remember, last December, I discovered Signed cards and I can send cards once again. The trick is, Signed cards sends the cards from the U.S., completely bypassing Correos de Mexico. And I can still personalize the cards since it’s merely a matter of uploading a picture of my message which Signed cards will print out for me.
Anyway, it’s a nice thing to be able to use. AND since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, it’s yet another opportunity for you to send some personalized love through the mail and make someone’s day. If you are interested, check out the Signed cards site.
2 responses to “Sending Love Through the Mail from Mexico”
I used it for my wife’s birthday.she was in the states. She was so surprised. Thanks for this.
You are welcome! Everyone who I’ve sent cards to has been pleasantly surprised as well! They just figured nothing would ever arrive from me!