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Christmas Cards - the Yearly Day of the Card Continues

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Dig out the address book. Sigh a lot.

Start with the cards you have received. Write an envelope out for each. Write a Christmas letter that explains the activities of the year we are finishing. Print. Fold. Place in card. Place in envelope.

Mail.


My list fluctuates. I add new friends. Some die. Christmas cards can be discouraging since some people move and the address you have for them is incorrect.

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I did the majority of the cards with my carbon copy letter. Fold. Put in envelope.

I do mine at the last minute. It's not that I dislike sending cards, it's just that I don't get into the spirit of card sending very easily.

Although I feel done, I'm sure there will be more cards trickling in that I will need to reciprocate with a card for them.

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