Like 123 Greeting or some of the other places you can use to send cards by e-mail.
Snail mail. In fact, I put them in the mailbox this morning.
Actually? I do both! LOL
I do it by email with people in my office, with a general comments on this site and another one I'm on because I have no idea who these people are in real life.
My mom sends our family’s Christmas cards by snail mail. Real paper, handwritten (my dad writes some in French for our European relatives), with printed photos of us. Some things are better done the old way.
Still send handwritten greetings by snail mail .... dropped them off at the post office yesterday.
We're old school! Physical, hand written cards sent via US Mail.
Emailed greeting cards seems a little tacky to me and Mr.s Budwick.
Phone calls or visits, I remember the good old days when my family would gather at my grandparents.
I send some in snail mail, with a written message to the recipient. I also send ecards, sometimes.
I've always sent mine by snail mail, but this year, I'm not sending any to anyone.
I don't send out cards because well lets just say if most people's lives are like a minivan on a steady commute, mine is more like guy on meth stealing a truck and going on a break in spree It's literally that chaotic. I just do things and then i react. You don't really have those steady traditions or organized things
That's why I mostly use e-cards! Much easier!
Snail. More personal.
I respond to email with email but the rest go out in the mailbox. Some close ones are hand delivered. I'm getting ready to give a friend of mine a 5 lb. bar of Wilburs chocolate. He's getting a year of healthy chocolate.
I use snail mail.
Merry Christmas, Rooster.
Merry Christmas azlotto !
Actually, with too many cards to send, I had to switch to e-Christmas wishes, or rather to personal letters with photos, verses, shared highlights, news, etc., phone calls, meetings, etc.