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Posted: Saturday, June 22, 2013 7:00 pm | Updated: 12:12 am, Sun Jul 13, 2014.

I’ve been receiving some imaginative snail mail lately.

This week, I received a thank-you card; a pretty-in-pink Hallmark adorned with silver glitter patterns for some pizazz. I also received a very fancy yet modern invitation suite (an invitation, reply card and accompanying envelope) to a local fundraiser. The tri-fold invite had images of cocktail party revelers each drawn with one continuous stroke that forced your eye to follow the line like rehearsing a dance in your head.

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