Friday, December 07, 2007

Leave Your Address Please

Morning. Another boring day at work. Today I have to visit two stores. They are on the south side of town. Not much going on today. My loads and loads of mail from work needs to be unstacked and organized. Perhaps I will do that later today.

My brother's fiance graduates from K-State this weekend. I am going to Manhattan on Saturday to celebrate. I will be home on Sunday and the kid and I plan on Christmas shopping all day. I don't plan on stopping until I am all done. Brave, aren't I?

There are several of you I would love to send Christmas cards to, but I would hate to ask for your address. If you don't mind leaving your address, shoot me an email. I would love to send you a card. A real Christmas card. Not one from the computer, but one with actual handwriting on it. I see so many people sending cards through the Internet, and while that's not bad or anything, I still love the thrill of opening mail that has been handwritten by someone. Don't you?

8 comments:

marykay said...

I know what you mean about the cards half the fun at Christmas is checking the mail minus the bills! Small world my best friends daughter moved to Manhatten, Kansass in July. She got cited the other day for not shoveling her sidewalk. LOL, we don't have to do that here. Have a great weekend!

Cheryl said...

What a great idea. I'm going to do the same thing on my blog. I'll get that e-mail out to you this morn.

The Diva's Thoughts said...

I'm in the process of sending cards myself. I love sending and receiving cards in through the mail. Its much more personal.

STACY'S TRIP said...

I finished my cards and I love sending them every year. Next year I will send one to you too. It's gonna be a great year girly.

marykay said...

I can't get to your email is it blocked from me? lol I was trying to do the address thingy. help!

Portia said...

Yes, it's always nice to get mail that's not a bill:) Have a fabulous time in Manhattan and shopping this weekend!

austere said...

That card idea is lovely. I shall nudge and ask for one Diwali-time.
Just remembered that long list of ppl, nieces and nephews you have to shop for- you're brave to tackle it in one go.

bonnie said...

Manhattan, Kansas! That explains my confusion. Put a return address on that card and maybe you'll get some cards yourself