Sunday, December 31st 2006
New Year’s Eve Homecoming

did you know you can start your Christmas cards in October, and never get them in the mail? 

you can.

we’re home.

praise GOD in heaven we. are. HOME.

i’m caffeinated to an unhealthy level, to make up for earlier involuntary withdrawals. 

happy new year! (that’s it. no card, of course. because it’s so much cooler to write them and then never SEND them. excellent move, kels.)


7 Comments on “New Year’s Eve Homecoming”

January 1st, 2007
11:59 am

I did the same thing. My Christmas cards are still sitting on my desk. Maybe next year.

January 1st, 2007
2:03 pm

Happy New Year to you!

January 1st, 2007
4:08 pm

I heard recently it’s a French tradition to send New Years letters instead of Christmas letters. Don’t know if that’s true or not, but I’m embracing every drop of French blood in me this year (I think there is some) and I’m going to finish the letter I started a couple weeks ago and send it out, uh, soon!
Happy New year!

January 1st, 2007
7:36 pm

I mailed out most of my cards…I still have 2 in my purse. I think I’ll send them out this week anyway. Or, they may still be in there the next time I clean out my purse, which will be the next time I change purses. Hehehe.

January 1st, 2007
10:35 pm

At least you got your cards started. I didn’t even get that far this year!!

January 1st, 2007
11:48 pm

Glad you got home safely! Hope you and yours had a joyous Christmas break.

By the way, if you delay mailing out your Christmas cards long enough…say, till about Halloween…people no longer think you’re lazy and and disorganized. Instead, thinking the cards are meant for the Christmas soon to come, they think you’re an incredibly organized planner-aheader.

January 2nd, 2007
11:06 am

Glad you’re home. Hope all went well and everyone was able to say what they needed to. I was thinking about you while you were gone!

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