Mommie...Again/Midlife Motherhood/Women's Interests & Health
I don't normally send out Christmas cards but I'm thinking about doing it this year.
I send out Christmas cards as well. I usually don't get very many either. I'm still trying to decide if I want to send out photo cards or just a regular Christmas card.
I always send out cards. I love receiving them too. But I'm so far behind this year - none have gone out yet. I need to get moving.
I do send them and also love getting them in return but think it is a lost art for many, sadly.
I don't usually send out Christmas cards. I should though. I voted for you while I was here.
Kim, yes I try to always send out cards. I'm late this year though, and haven't sent them yet. I've gotten about 5 cards so far. Just from my close group of mommy friends :) We get much less than we send out, so don't be sad. xo
I've always sent out Christmas cards. For about 9 years, I've been sending about 30 cards to international friends and family. This year, I cut it back to 10, which were mostly my relatives in Greece. It's just getting too expensive. I have a couple of local friends that never send cards, but I send them one anyway. Stamps are going up next year, so I am going to have to re-think everything about sending out cards. $50-$75 is alot of money I could be spending on my grandchildren. I have a thing about fancy cards and now you only get 6-10 of the nicer cards in a box!
I mail Christmas cards every year. I love getting them but like the rest of you we receive fewer each year. I don't like those e-cards that we get. They are way too impersonal. I think a handwritten note in a card is a nice way to let someone know that you are thinking of them and wishing them well. It only take a few minutes to write & address a card and I wish more of our friends & relatives would keep this tradition alive. I'll keep sending cards even when I don't receive any more in return.
Yes, I do mail them out and them wait for mine to roll in..tho' we don't get many anymore. A lot of people have stopped sending them after postage kept going up. Email greetings just aren't as personal. I used to try to write a note on each, but this year I am lazy. Next year I'll try to write up a letter to add, since my writing isn't as nice as it used to be.Hugs, GraceinAZ
No, not really. I suppose that I should as people do like to get them. Thanks for the reminder.
Kim is a Lifestyle Blogger and a Midlife Mom from north Texas. She and her husband raise their youngest grandson (hence her blog name) since his birth of almost 6 years ago. Kim has a strong voice for women, women's interest, and living a healthy life. She loves traveling with her family, decorating her home, and DIY body and home products. Kim also likes to bake and work on crafts when she can find the time. Her grandSON is her life.