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December 10th, 2010

Holiday Card Check

It’s that time of year again: a trickle of holiday cards have started arriving at my place of residence. I did get to wondering how common cards are, nowadays, though.

My family still sends out cards, generally in mid-December. Some of the people we receive cards from are extremely prompt: we got one card on the day after Thanksgiving. And we usually get a couple around New Year’s, which is fine too.

I rather like this tradition. It’s one of those things I hope doesn’t fade with ever-advancing technology. Am I alone in this as an old man, or is there more to it?

Posted in Everyday Life

COD December 10, 2010, 9:41 pm

We stopped sending out cards a couple of years ago. You can find my annual Christmas video on my Facebook book. IF it makes you feel better, pretend I mailed you the URL in a festive envelope 🙂

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