We Have Your Card Framed And Hanging On Our Wall!!!

9StringT130118It was our 25 moths anniversary of being married yesterday. So went to listen to beautiful music (Russian, French, Latin, Spanish) played by our friend Angelina Reed-Galashenkova (domra).

A great night of enjoyment and seeing old friends again. David and Zhanna Cooper of Atlanta Balalaika Society were there as well. I am never surprised when people remember Gilbert, my husband – he is a hard to forget individual, charming and kind. If that does not impress people, then they remember him because he is 7′ tall. But actually, Zhanna Cooper remembered the card we sent to her and David after the 30th Anniversary of Atlanta Balalaika Society concert. She said ‘We have it framed, hanging on the wall!’

Did you ever hear something like that about any greeting card? That is why I love what I do – touching people’s lives in a very warm and personal way.

An e-mail From Customer I Have from East Andrews MeetUp in Atlanta

I have sent out a first round of cards and the response was more than I could have imagined.

My friends and family were so touched by the fact that I thought of them. Everything I wrote in the cards was genuine and it was great to get a flood of wonderful responses.

Please feel free to share this information with other potential Send Out Card customers.  I am extremely happy with the service and love having you as a resource when needed.  I will be recommending the service to all my friends and colleagues.  Thank you so much.

Here are a couple of the responses:

TEXT: “I just checked my mail box friend.  I needed that and I love you too!!  We have to do lunch one day next week!”

Phone Call:  “You almost made me cry girl.  Thank you so much for being such a good friend!”

Email:  “I can’t tell you how much your card meant to me – and really good timing.  I needed to hear that.  I appreciate you as well – thank you!”

My 98-year old Grandmother was so appreciative that I thought of her and that I sent pictures from her granddaughter’s wedding that she wasn’t able to attend.  It really meant a lot to her!

Thank you again Larissa