We enjoyed a wonderful Christmas season!
The season began with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra (highly recommended). We watched National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and listened to lots of Christmas music. We feasted on fudge and peanut brittle, lit candles, and admired twinkle lights. The company of family and friends provided enjoyment and laughter. We sent cards, decorated the tree, and hung the stockings. We opened gifts, played games, and ate some more. Did I mention we ate?
“Three phrases that sum up Christmas are: Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Men, and Batteries not included.” – Author Unknown
Incorporate the spirit of Christmas into your New Year.
Enjoy the moment. After taking a deep breath and letting it all soak in, it’s time to express gratitude to those who reached out to us during this special season. Keep the spirit of Christmas alive the whole year through.
Begin today by writing Christmas thank you cards (yes, real cards) to others and letting them know how much you appreciate their gestures of thoughtfulness and expressions of love. Share with others what makes them special to you.
We are grateful for:
- those who travelled to make memories with us.
- co-workers and neighbors who remembered us.
- family and friends who could not be with us and still sent gifts.
- the postal worker’s extra hours to ensure packages and cards arrived on time.
- so much more!
Christmas Thank You Cards
I have designed a Christmas Thank You Card meant especially for this season. The cards are sized to fit an A2 envelope, and would look lovely on cream or white cardstock, printed on your home printer or at your local print shop.
“Christmas, my child, is love in action. Every time we love, every time we give, it’s Christmas.” – Dale Evans Rogers
Who will you send your cards to?
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