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November 18, 2010


Ann Schach

Such a perfect Thanksgiving card! I hope that you survived the wind storm. I will be thinking about you and your pines!


Pretty card, Mary!

Your Christmas sounds very nice. The simpler, the better!


Lovely card Mary. That paper is gorgeous... love the rich colors. :o) I get tired of shopping these days... we are going to do a lot of gift cards too. These days, they make sence, especially for older kids.

Gina Wrona


Peggy Maier

So pretty, Mary! (But then, all your cards are). We are traveling through Florida with our son on his vacation now & won't be home until the day before Thanksgiving. Hope I'll have the energy to bake pumpkin pies when I get home! I'm glad you're simplifying Christmas. Our family decided to do that for the first time last year. We can only purchase 3 gifts for each person (one gift for the three given to the Baby Jesus by the wise men). Gold - the only "expensive, small gift; Frankencense - a fragrance or candle or personal item; and Myrrh - a practical gift. We all said how much we enjoyed this last time & are looking forward to doing it again. (I know it wouldn't be practical for as many people as you have to buy for, though...)

Janice Holman

I agree. Good to keep it simple.
Hope all is well there. Made it through the snow storm of November 13th. The streets and sidewalks are cleared - just in time for the next one.


I agree with you, Mary....and plan to do the same this Christmas. It's time to get back to what Christmas is really about. I'm looking forward to a slower-paced holiday season.

Gail R.

A beautiful Thanksgiving card, Mary. I agree...time to reflect on the true meaning of Christmas.

Joan B

The card is beautiful. That patterned paper is gorgeous and the medallion is a perfect touch.

I am taking off one day in early December to shop so I don't have to go on a weekend. I buy most of my stuff through the internet but I need to fill those stockings and get a few things in person. Have a great holiday.

Linda Callahan

Simple and sweet - love that DSP! I am with you - I like to wait until after Thanksgiving to get into Christmas mode!

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