Guessing the sender before opening.
It's time for 'guessing the sender' before opening as those Christmas cards arrive - although at our age we do not as many as we used to, The downside is that now, like those 'top and tailed' printed birthday cards via the internet, we are also getting Christmas cards in the same manner which is rather disappointing.
Is it just me, or do others like to see them handwritten with a stamp on the envelope.... one family member has always sent them via the office using the franking machine. Yuk.
Gift horse in the mouth maybe, but there you have it.
I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.
Thomas A. Edison
Re: Guessing the sender before opening.
Pointless exercise using hand written addresses, my contribution is printing all the addresses on sticky labels and passing these on to swmbo who does the handwriting bit on each card.
If swmbo was not here no one would be getting any cards.
Total waste of time and money... cards plus stamps how much does that come to ?