Sunday, December 10, 2006

you decide: christmas cards

i like christmas a ton.
i like the tradition that comes with it, the old-timeyness, the chance to tell people forwardly and openly that you really love them.

here's my question though - are christmas cards worth the work? do you open them and feel warm and fuzzy, or is it just another piece of mail? i love getting them, but i don't know whether i shoulw hustle and get my act together to tell america i love them.

yea or nay: sending cards-
tell me. hopefully soon.


Blogger rn_buffoon said...


Save the trees!

6:24 AM  
Blogger Timmy Tapeworm said...

You live in the room next to mine. We share a wall. And I have no idea what you're up to or if you'd like me to have a good holiday!


12:02 PM  
Anonymous Tom said...

Yea, but only if they contain some kind of personalized, handwritten message. Don't let Hallmark do your thinking for you!

1:36 PM  
Blogger christine said...

For the most part I love getting mail, no matter what. Tara, you have always been the best at that. As for x-mas time it depends:
1) Newsy Form Letter - I know most people hate...but I think it can be useful for those remote people who have no idea that you've changed jobs, just had two kids or put some siding on the house.
2) Cards - the more personalized that better - not worth the stamp if it is unauthent.

I say - give both! A newsy form letter for some and handwritten/homemade cards for your BFs. Having said that, if I don't get a card, how bad will I feel?

10:43 AM  
Blogger eileen said...

Yay for Christmas cards! I don't mind reading other people's form letters, but I stick to a hand-written greeting for cards I send out.

10:02 AM  

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