Pardon the nostalgia waxing, but writing this item earlier about a Mother's Day-related survey from Vonage triggered a memory and a thought that I can't help but share. The Vonage PR pitch included the phrase "in an e-mail-centric world" and the survey asked people how they most often keep in contact with Mom.The memory was of my late Mom writing letters to me -- longhand with a pen and paper -- just about every week when I was in college. She'd never fail to tuck $10 or $20 in the envelope, too. (We're talking late '70s, pre-e-mail here.)The thought?Does anyone write letters longhand anymore? I can't remember the last time I received one (and, no, we're not counting holiday cards.)Someone out there has a parent or grandparent who simply won't bend with the times. You're still getting that ink on paper in the mailbox. Perhaps you feel compelled to respond in kind. \u2026 What's it like to still correspond this way? I'm thinking it's got to be kind of cool.