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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Christmas has left the building!

I have spent all morning wrapping and getting 99% of my Christmas wrapped and sent out the door. It left in a oatmeal box, Nilla Wafer box, Rice Krispy box and some actual mailing boxes.
I also mailed 15 thank you cards for Annie Kate's birthday (don't worry she wrote them)
a slew of Young Women notes. I could write those girls cute notes all day and they have taken up my good mail spending time for sure.
Then I sent all the College Freshman our Young Women's Christmas card - it is so cute if I do say so myself. I will scan it tomorrow.
Ahh. it feels so good. Now I can get to work on our Christmas cards. Again I laugh since I have had these since last January (bought them for cheap, cheap!) but they will probably no go out until the last second.
Yea for Good Mail being Good Riddance.

7 comments:

Neighbor Jane Payne said...

"Yea for Good Mail being Good Riddance" .... that describes the holiday mailing frenzy for me p.e.r.f.e.c.t.l.y.!

Jill said...

I'm impressed! Whitney's birthday party was back in October and she's still working on thank you notes. I always feel like it's better late than never, but still.

I have no idea what we're doing for Christmas cards this year!

Anne said...

Do you need help stuffing envelopes?

Sharon C. said...

I'm impressed -- good for you.

stacy{s} said...

I hate you.

I love you but I hate you.

You know what I mean. :)

crystal said...

You are SO on the ball! I love your mailing "boxes." :)

Staffieri Family said...

I'm excited to let you know that I actually have a box that I am getting ready to send to you! Can you believe it, I actually am going to send you something! I'm excited for you to get it, but hope you don't expect too much now that I am totally talking it up!