Season’s Greetings

I was impressed last year that I received my first holiday greeting card on December 1st. Well, this year, the first one arrived this past Friday. In both cases, the senders have kids, of course. Meanwhile, my house is a disaster and I still have pumpkins sitting out. I guess in order to gain knowledge and get organized you have to become a parent.

Bah humbug.


ren said...

i guess you and i will remain stupid. and don't expect a christmas card from me, i am claiming ecological concerns...again.

Anonymous said...

I don't think we've sent Christmas cards since we've had kids. We now have two and I haven't even brought out the first Christmas decoration. We still have eerie flickering flame bulbs on our front porch lights from Halloween.

See? That shoots down your theory :-)

SJ said...

I never send cards. Then again I never get any either :)

Anonymous said...

We always send cards, complete with a newsletter. We got our cards for this year at Dorothy's Surrender in West Hollywood. I guess I need to get writing on the letter, since we're going to be sending them in about 10 days or so.

madretz said...

I always imagine those who send their Christmas cards the day before Thanksgiving (so as to arrive the day after) are obsessive overachievers. They are worthy of eye rolls in my book.

I have my cards, but they're still in the costco grocery bag from 2 weeks ago. And I'm still contemplating whether or not I'm going to make any, too. I'm guessing Not.

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