Last year I went traditional and sent out Christmas cards with Labrador Retrievers sitting in front of a Christmas tree. They were Chocolate Labs, which was I thought was a nice touch because my dog is a Chocolate Lab.
So I get these messages that in effect say the cards were sweet and that it was change to get a card from me at Christmas that didn’t come in a black envelope and gee, that was different wasn’t it? By the way, was I feeling ok? Maybe a little down? Did I need a hug?
Well. Last Christmas sucked because of the lockdown so I thought I was doing something uplifting and positive so I didn’t send out my usual cards:
You can bet your mistletoe I won’t be making that mistake again. Did I need a hug. Sweet holy baby Rudolph and the sleigh he pulled on that foggy Christmas Eve.
This year I made sure to get MY traditional Greeting cards and will be sending them out to the people I love and care about.
The rest of you get Hallmark greeting cards with that glitter that bleeds all over the place and somehow a few flecks manage to get into your eye and makes it itchy and runny.
That’ right friends- I’m feeling the Spirit and we are both ready to raise little, um cheer. Sure. That’s it we’re going to raise a little Christmas cheer.