An achievement stamp that really moved you? [ blog post, Dec 1, 2020 ]

An achievement stamp that really moved you?

“What achievement stamp has really moved you when receiving it ?” - a dear good friend asked, and here’s my reply. A short letter I just sent, and which I enjoyed writing.

Their letter came with the ‘You are a Star!’ stamp, and asked me which stamp was equally memorable to me. A great idea, a prompt reply, and a possible discussion. So I am publishing it and hope other people will share their own experiences.

What achievement stamp is memorable to you ? Let us know too.


Hi, L.!

re : Your letter with the 'You are a Star!'stamp.

This stamp is really beautiful, and also memorable for me. Especially since it was one of the first stamps I had, in a week or so after I started using Slowly, when I only had the few that came with the app. And someone stood out for me, marking me as Star, and I received this surprise.

I never forgot, and I really think this is a good topic to do at Reddit - ask if people had any experience like this, and what it was. I think I’ll create the topic like this - using my answer here as a model.

Sorry for the delay in answering your letters, dear friend. I’ve been very busy, with a lot of ideas and trying to create the pages while the inspiration is here with me; it’s been two months since there was a new blog post. Now I have several, both on Slowly and technology.

It’s a new fact, but I wanted to share it. And to ask you: what achievement stamp has really moved you when receiving it?

That’s the one I think was the most striking. For me, always in memory. :slightly_smiling_face:

Others came, but I always think of the beginning of the collection as the most enjoyable part of all this experience.

I send you here a new stamp from France, beautiful, with Marianne who is the symbol of the French Republic since the days of the Revolution.

Liberté, égalité, fraternité – Freedom, Equality, Fraternity.

Excellent ideas, no ?

Kiss and see you next time,

Y.


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