Tuesday, November 05, 2019

Christmas is A-Comin' (Already?)

Wow, here it is November already--and (no surprise), I haven't done my Christmas shopping. My wife has started, and I'll probably depend on her to guide me through the maze.

Since we have family in Texas (near and not-quite so), Virginia, and Nevada, we'll probably expect them to visit us sometime between Thanksgiving and sometime in 2020, but the days of having everyone together for Christmas are probably gone. But we'll be glad to see them, whenever they come.

How about you? Are you looking forward to shopping? Do you still send Christmas cards? Will you celebrate on one day or a bunch of them? Let me know.

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Priscilla Bettis said...

Yes, I send old-school Christmas cards with a hand-written note inside (in, gasp, cursive). But I don't go bananas on shopping and gifts, so sending cards isn't that big of a deal.

I do like to give a few well-chosen books . . .

Richard Mabry said...

So the catalog I've attached may help. Appreciate your comment, Priscilla.