Not much in the way of blogging today because....

I'm addressing Christmas cards! Yes, I'm back on the Christmas-card-sending wagon, after taking last year off (and crying about it once. I'm such a stupidhead!).

If you would like to receive a Christmas card from me, but aren't sure that I have your address, please email me at uglyoldbat at hotmail dot com*. Yes, some of you have my AOL address--I'm so cool that I have TWO email accounts! Either that or I'm an information packrat--I can't throw away old email addresses. I got razzed about having an AOL account recently (the guilty party knows who she is), but I just can't give it up! So many of my sign-in info for websites involves my AOL account and I DON'T FEEL LIKE CHANGING THEM ALL OVER.

Don't be afraid to ask for a card! I love sending mail and I bought more than enough stamps to handle the load of envelopes.

Tra-la-la-la-la (I guess considering the season, that should be FA-la-la-la-la)! Christmas card time is here! I love mail! Almost as much as I love shoes.

*Someone asked me once, "Why uglyoldbat for your email address?" and she made a scrunched-up Why-are-you-saying-that-about-yourself face. My response: prettyprettyprincess was taken, and so were many its iterations.


Jen said…
This is a good reminder because I need to be addressing Christmas cards, too. However, I will take the easy way out and make labels in MS Word. My handwriting is eww, too.

I don't know if you're referring to me about someone razzing you about AOL, but I will razz you for that. AOL is so early internet. I'd even compare it to the 80's.
Well, I got love for you (AOL) if you were born in the 80s, the 80s. I got hugs for you if you were born in the 80s. Jen, that song sums it up for me.

I love the 80s! Why are you dissing the 80s (and AOL)?
froggybaby said…
I can't wait for Christmas cards. It is my favorite mail-time of the year. It has been slow so far, I'm hoping it picks up next week. Mine are out!! 80's rock.
Mike said…
Sara, in order to perpetuate your xmas spirit I want you to know that I had thing 1 and thing 2 help me make the butterfinger xmas cookies last night. Annie was really good at making the wheat thin sandwiches and mimi was really good at licking her fingers. They were good though.
Mike said…
Oh, happy birthday.