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Update on Holiday Cards

The (Cyber) Bag of Weasels

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"About as much fun as a bag of weasels"...when I first saw this Irish adage, it made me think of the life of a writer: sometimes perilous, sometimes painful, certainly interesting. My paper journal has always been called "The Bag of Weasels." This is the Bag of Weasels' online home.

Update on Holiday Cards

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I posted a while back asking for requests for holiday cards. However, due to rigmarole associated with said cards*, I only got about half of them sent: those to destinations outside of the U.S., since these take the longest and, therefore, always go out first.

I thought about sending them out belatedly. However, I've decided not to do this. Instead, if you asked me for a card, I will send you a much nicer notecard sometime over the next few months with a message other than my scrawled signature. (So, if you'd like such a card and didn't request a holiday card [or got a holiday card and still want a purdy notecard], please let me know!)

* Said rigmarole resulted when the AKC cards we ordered simply never arrived. Of course, by the time we realized that they weren't merely late but not coming, I had one day to grab some suitable (earth-friendly!) substitutes from Target and get them written and sent in an afternoon to friends outside the U.S. Then the holiday maelstrom swept me up, and I just never got the time to finish the rest of them. Bah.
  • You don't have to send me a card. I love you anyway!

    • Awwww ... *hugs*

      But I might send you one anyway, since I don't think I've sent you mail in a while! :)
  • I've got a confession to make, I mailed your card on the 22nd, talk about cramming. I'm sorry, things just piled up in RL. ;-(
    • Please don't be sorry! Believe me, I know how it goes. And I still haven't mailed that package for you; all it needs is to be wrapped in a paper grocery sack and mailed. Sometimes, it's the hardest to muster the energy for the most mundane things! :)
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