I will get my final 2020 Christmas cards written – soon

With the situation at present, I have more time on my hands, but that seems to mean time to waste. After all, I can always do it later, yes?

I did actually get organised and send the cards to people with no internet some days ago. But there are still cards to write to those in my immediate vicinity, and then I shall send e cards to some…time drags on

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

32 comments

  1. That is a very cheery card on the top.

  2. Hand deliveries only. You’d best be kwick, Sue 🙂 🙂

  3. maristravels

    I am smirking with pride as I finished mine last week (I dislike e-cards) and I finished my Christmas present wrapping this afternoon. In theory now I have 4 days in which to relax and do interesting things (?) but tomorrow I have an endoscopy early morning so I’ll wait until after that before beginning to celebrate my unexpected freedom from the tyranny of Christmas.

  4. same for me – cards go out tomorrow – snowflake theme this year

  5. Amy

    I like the card on top. I use my time to paint a few cards this year, it won’t happen again. 🙂

  6. I posted all mine last Wednesday. But then I received one from someone I had forgotten, so will have to rush one off tomorrow, and use a first-class stamp. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  7. No cards from me this year. All to hard 😦

  8. We stopped sending cards last year. But this year, with so little good cheer around, we decided to again as a one off. As we don’t have your address, you qualify for the greener option – an e-card.

  9. Just neighbours to do now! No hurry …

  10. I’ve not sent cards to anyone in years. I love your photo of all the cards. Good for you for having holiday cheer this year.

  11. Hee hee, yup know that feeling well. I’m writing lists for myself again, and even now writing days beside!

  12. maristravels

    What clever people on WP, with Tanya making baubles for the tree and other Christmassy things, and Amy painting her cards, it’s enough to make me feel I’m not trying hard enough. But I did manage some home-made sweets this year (the simple kind, truffles and peppermint creams) and I also made some damson gin in September which I’ve decanted into fancy bottles for Christmas presents, so perhaps not all is lost.

  13. It does indeed seem strange (and you and I are not alone) that in these strange times, that time seems to vanish. Despite good intentions and planing some jobs just seem to take longer, and longer and even longer. 🙂

  14. I sent none!!! 😦 Blessings of the season Sue!

  15. NZ Post set 29th November as the last date for posting overseas, and S most of my card-sending is to Europe my period of procrastination followed by mad rush has long past. That top card is lovely.

  16. Rosy Mathew

    Back when i was little, we used to send Christmas greeting cards to our friends and family. We used to take a picture with Santa as a family and send it as a greeting. I used to be so embarrassed when my mom forced my siblings and I to wear all matching colors before we take the pic. Thinking about it, I miss those times

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