Monday, December 20, 2010

Christmas Greetings

It is the seventh day of Christmas and time for Christmas cards. Here is our holiday card for 2010. If family/friends don't receive one of the photo cards then there is a picture in each card.
The cards are hung in the entry
with care hoping we get more
to share.
It's time to bring out the tub
with cards, stationary, labels
and anything else that might
be needed when filling out
the cards. One more thing to
mark off the list. Now we just
need to get them to the mailbox.
Do you send out cards the old
fashion way??

~Keep on Dreaming~


  1. I love Christmas cards! Sending them and receiving them, it's one of my favorite parts of the holidays.

    Hope you and Ken have the merriest of Christmases!

  2. Melinda and Ken, I wish you a VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAS! Catherine

  3. What a great picture!! Yes, we send cards the old-fashioned way, although our list keeps getting smaller. Sadly, many on our list from past years are deceased, and more and more each year seem to decide not to send out the 'paper cards'. Nothing takes the place of a real, live Christmas card! :) Merriest of Christmases to you and Ken. -Tammy

  4. Of course I do...ya'll know how old school I am. I also write letters, send encouragement notes etc. The computer is a wonderful tool but there is nothin' as uplifting as gettin' a handwritten note.

    You two are just too darn cute! Love your card.

    God bless and have an awesome day! :o)

  5. I do send old-fashioned cards, though I am so slow at it -- I write notes on every one -- that I am sending New Year's cards this year and hope to get them done in the next few days. I'll be sending e-cards too, and look forward to picking them out in the next day. Love the card of you and Ken.


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