If you are like me, this time of year, I'm trying the remember the proper way to address envelopes since writing "Mom & Dad" simply doesn't work for the post office. This weekend, while addressing envelopes, I put together a list of the ones I used plus a few more. Instead of using the usual "John Doe and Mary Smith" generic names (sorry John & Mary), it was a lot of fun picking out these special names.
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One of my favorite traditions this time of year is pausing long enough to sit down and handwrite our family Christmas cards. For over 10 years, all five family members have personally signed every card that is given or sent out. It’s our way of telling the recipient they matter and that we care about them. To me, it’s an added connection that goes with the photo card we’re sending them.