There comes a time when there are no presents under the tree, no Santa visits and no gathering around the dinner table with generations of family members. What remains are Christmas cards. I love getting them in the mail and hanging them on my cupboards, windows, walls and then saving them for years down the road.
I always begin with the Aunts (there’s not many of them left) … then I write cards to my siblings and their families. (Mind you if my parents were still alive they would top the list!)
Then I send out cards to my friends.
I must say that I am stingy about which friends get cards but all in all, if they’re in my address book they will probably get one.
What about you? Do you still send out cards? Would you like one from me? Send me your email address and I’ll be sure to write you, get your post address and send one off from me in sunny Colorado to you … wherever that may be.
I hope you take a moment and read the blog that inspired this post:
And today I received this sweet eChristmas card!
- Christmas Just Ain’t Christmas Without a Card You Love (nujijnl.wordpress.com)
- Awkward Family Photos: 15 Best (Worst) Christmas Cards This Holiday (ibtimes.com)
- DIY Clothespin Christmas Card Display (fisilis.wordpress.com)
- First Christmas Card (ihavealicensetobeweird.wordpress.com)
- The Case for Christmas Cards (thehappyhousewife.com)
- More Creepy Family Christmas Cards (fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com)