I just send a picture card of the kids usually, with a generic greeting from the family. Anytime I get one of those Christmas letters from people it just usually tells me about how they went to visit other people and then a bunch of negative things about their health and stuff. It's actually kind of depressing to read them.
Do you look forward to the letters or do you look forward to writing them?
Answer by PMSMom10 at 6:13 PM on Dec. 22, 2012
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Answer by NotPanicking at 5:58 PM on Dec. 22, 2012
I really dislike those copied "how my year was" letters. I would never do it. It really is very tacky & inconsiderate. If you are sending a letter like that then you haven't spoken to the recipient in a year therefore you do not know what occurred in their life & it may have been bad & if you did know that's worse! My Dad passed in March & I received a "wow, I had the best year of my life" letter from a family friend who actually knew about my Dad's death & was very friendly with him. She sent it to me, my sisters & my Mother. With no little written note to console my Mom at least. This is an older woman who should have known better too. My DH read it & called her the "c" word!
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