Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Season's Greetings

It is the time of the year to start to receive those lovely season's greetings.   Already the mail has brought sweet sentiments.  There is one that has come all the way from England.  What a pleasure it is to open the mail box and find notes from folks near and far.










 Some of the cards will be handmade... others will hold notes and letters...and a few will have photos enclosed.    All our special.
 At this busy time of the year it is nice to know that someone is thinking of you and takes time to tell you so.







Hope everyone will find their mail box filled with Season's Greetings today.  God Bless!

18 comments:

  1. Beautiful post, Debbie. I just love this time of year; the snow, the music, the warmth and friendship!

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  2. I also love the treasures that I find in my mailbox at this time of year. Enjoy it all!

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  3. This time of the year, I can't wait to hear the mail van stop at my mailbox, Since I've lived in France away from family & friends Christmas is an extra special time receiving cards from loved ones. I'm busy making cards

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  4. Yes, it is lovely to receive the Christmas mail full of greetings and news of distant friends. I am lazy and paint a card and then print it off myself, as I have too many friends to paint then one each, and I would run out of ideas. I hope you get many more ....

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  5. You have received quite a few already! Enjoy this wonderful time of year!

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  6. We have not received any cards as of yet. Mine will go out in the mail on Saturday though. I think I love the handmade cards most of all!! Wishing you and your husband rich blessings of this season, my friend.

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  7. I love going to the mail box this time of year not only to receive cards but to send them also, such a nice feeling!

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  8. Those cards look lovely, handmade cards are so special, hope your enjoying this wonderful holiday season. I'm hoping it doesn't go by too fast :)

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  9. I love making and receiving handmade cards. These are fabulous! Wish you and yours a very merry Christmas. xx

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  10. I love to receive cards from near and far in the mail. Alas, this year all I have received are junky adverts and 'bargain' magazines.

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  11. I was talking about cards the other day and someone said, "Do people still send Christmas cards?" I'm glad that people still do - an email is just not the same at all!

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  12. Receiving a post card is just so different from receiving greetings by mail , and if someone painted a card specially for you ...awesome ! Have a nice day my friend.

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  13. Whilst I don't hand paint each card I do spend time making a special Christmas painting and then have the cards printed. I enjoy filling them with a personal message. I have heard it said too many times this year - it is too expensive to still send cards. I am so pleased I still have many friends and family who do - I love receiving and sending them. Seasons greetings to you Debbie

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  14. God bless you too-much love sent your way...

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  15. I still send cards and I hand write them too. Old fashioned I guess! I don't get as many as I used to, which is a shame, I am starting to keep them all, someday they will be considered vintage and rare! Have a nice weekend Debbie, stay warm ~ Diane

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  16. Hi Debbie. I have been hand painting little cards for close friends and family this year. There is nothing nicer than receiving a handmade present in my view. Shows the love and thought that goes into it perhaps. Just in case I don't pop back before Christmas. Have a wonderful time and may 2014 bring you all you wish for. Take care dear long distance friend. xx

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  17. I am so behind this year and am looking forward to a day for creating. I have made my cards for over 40 years....I may be a bit late this year. Happy holidays dear friend. Teddy is having good days and then some days where things are a bit foggy. But he is enjoying his days with no pain. I am so blessed that he is still with me.

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  18. I just mailed my cards today. It seems every year I get them out a little later than the previous year...pretty soon I'll be mailing them after New Year's if I don't watch it! Beautiful sketch of cherries, and I love your floral arrangement.

    Blessings,

    Victoria

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