On her 90th birthday Monday, Doris Goertz of Lake Stevens and her daughter, Rachel O’Brien, read some pretty hilarious notes as they go through some of the 186 or so letters and cards Goertz recieved after O’Brien recruited friends to send them snail mail instead of email. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

On her 90th birthday Monday, Doris Goertz of Lake Stevens and her daughter, Rachel O’Brien, read some pretty hilarious notes as they go through some of the 186 or so letters and cards Goertz recieved after O’Brien recruited friends to send them snail mail instead of email. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

She’s got mail — lots and lots of actual snail mail

For her mom’s 90th birthday, Rachel O’Brien recruited friends to send actual cards through the mail.

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