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November 18, 2010

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Ann Schach

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

Lynette

Pretty card, Mary!

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

Monika/buzsy

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.

k.,m.

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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