Among the post today a hand written envelope. A rare enough occurrence to get me wondering.
Then I realised; it was my first Christmas card of the season.
Thank-you Vicky! It’s lovely.
This is my first Christmas with shutters. Usually I put the cards on the sills, but that’s going to be a problem. Not that they stayed there long.
If you used to follow my blog on MyT you might just remember this.
I got my first card today, too! yikes, no pressure!
I haven’t even started to think about writing cards!
I think about it, but then dash off and do something else. Most years, I refer to my sent cards and Happy New Year cards–just can’t get it together. I’m unclear why that is so. In my lifetime, the date of Christmas has not changed. Sheesh!
I’ve received two. One from Australia and one from a friend who used to have her cards written by the end of January (ok, I may jest, but not by much – she certainly bought most of her presents in the January sales).
Cards are not safe with cats – and Cat’s demolition demonstration is a classic 😀
I want to find where I have stored those pix of Cat. I’d like to use on in Aunt’s calendar.
I’m slowly getting my cards written but haven’t yet send any out…nor received any! I look forward to catching up with friends and family and seeing all the fanciful and beautiful cards though every year. That first one received is always kind of special – a launching pad for the rest of the season!
Pam (and Sam)
It’s the official 1st day of December! Christmas cards are just the beginning of great things to come…. Happy holidays!
Happy Holidays! It’s officially the 1st of December. Wow!
ONE here as well!
Yikes! Time is flying by. Are you and Not Cat enjoying the shutters? Perhaps cards could be slid in between the slats.
Don’t give him ideas…
Thanks for the reminder. I need to get mine out!
OhMyGosh that cracks me up! Cat took care of those cards! I don’t send out Christmas cards anymore, I know Bah Humbug! But I still got the Holiday Spirit though, really!
I send far fewer cards than I used to. I make donations to charities instead, but it is a good opportunity to catch on news with people I don’t see so often.
Cat was a boy of strong opinions and decisive actions. I love the paw movement when he evidently decides the cards have got to go.