By now, a “Hallmark moment” is much more than a slogan. The phrase has become shorthand for a pitch-perfect memory made between two people, the kind that can be commemorated with a greeting card. Courtney Taylor knows this feeling well. “Cards have always occupied a very big part of my life and childhood, ” she explains, speaking from her home in Kansas City, Missouri. Although you likely don’t know Taylor by name, you’ve probably seen her work: As a writer This story is from Kinfolk Issue Forty-Five Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 47 Alice Sheppard On dance as a channel to commune with the body—even when it hurts. Arts & Culture Issue 47 Dr. Woo Meet the tattoo artist who's inked LA. Arts & Culture Issue 47 Walt Odets The author and clinical psychologist on why self-acceptance is the key to a gay man's well-being. Arts & Culture Fashion Issue 47 A Picture of Health Xiaopeng Yuan photographs the world’s weirdest wellness cures. Arts & Culture Issue 47 Chani Nicholas and Sonya Passi Inside the astrology company on a mission to prove workplace well-being is more than a corporate tagline. Arts & Culture Issue 47 Julia Bainbridge On the life-enhancing potential of not drinking alcohol.