Do you still write letters to loved ones, which is probably more difficult in this email age? I was reading today about a British explorer (North Pole, Himalayas type of thing) whose wife of 24 (?) years, died last year. In their time together, she wrote him 8,000 letters :shock: which he said that he had kept. All I could think of was... wow! Email is great, there is no denying that - instantaneous and no getting lost in the post/thrown away by the postman. However, I wonder how much "family history" is being lost to future generations as emails get deleted either accidentally or automatically by service providers?