So I finally got to some of my Christmas cards. Remember how proud I was of myself, getting our Christmas tree the weekend after Thanksgiving and ordering my Christmas cards? I was determined to stay on top of the game. Well, that lasted all of what, 5 minutes? Life happened and I found myself with about 200 unaddressed Christmas cards. I kept meaning to send them. New Years came and went. Valentine's Day came and went. I came and went to Reno. I blinked and here it is April. Well, now it's May. I decided that since the postage was going up mid-May, I needed to finally get to my Christmas cards. I mean, I paid for them and had them sitting on my desk, I might as well send them out, better late than never right? I mean, maybe now that people don't have hundreds of other Christmas cards to read at the same time, they might actually get a chance to read it. And what a nice treat, stretching out Christmas like that. I actually have been carrying the Christmas cards around with me in the car, waiting for some free time here and there. Well, guess what I did the other day, when my car died and I was stranded for a couple of hours, waiting for a rescue? I addressed envelopes! So don't be suprised if you receive a Christmas card in May. I'm very late, as is my norm lately, but can I pull the cancer card and blame it on chemo brain too????? And don't be too concerned if you haven't received a card yet and expect one, I ran out of envies and had to order more. And if I don't have a current addie for you, then you are out of luck unless you email me your current one firstname.lastname@example.org The photo on our Christmas card is from when we went to Disneyland in September 2007. When a lot of you helped us make that trip possible. Mickey and Minnie both are in the photo, because it's from our private Meet and Greet with the Fab 5 that was arranged especially for us! You can see how happy we all are. What great memories.
It's never too late to send Christmas cards to let people know you're thinking about them.