April 03, 2007
David has an uncle who loves sending and receiving frequent holiday greeting cards. Since he doesn't do email and we rarely see him, it's his way of keeping in touch and showing he remembers us and cares. It's fun to correspond with him. This year, I have been making more of an effort to send him stuff. I did Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, and now I've sent him his Easter greetings. However, I lost my concentration as I was trying to write Happy Easter, and wished him a Happy BIRTHDAY instead. Oops. But it was such a pretty card, I didn't want to waste it. So I transformed the offending word into a flower garden flanked by butterflies. What do you think?
Happy Easter Week to you, too.
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Brilliant !!! He will love it.
Posted by: Amy | Apr 3, 2007 7:13:22 PM
Posted by: Melene | Apr 4, 2007 4:01:19 AM
I think you are wonderful, but then again, as I am your mother, I might be a bit prejuiced in your favor!
Posted by: Patricia Taylor | Apr 4, 2007 11:45:19 PM
I might be prejuiced, but I might also be prejudiced, in your favor ;-)
Mom Too much wine? Just joking!!!!
Posted by: Patricia Taylor | Apr 4, 2007 11:46:58 PM
He will love it, that very uncle is so great at keeping up with cards! I am constantly amazed at his ability to actually send things. I have a pile of cards we wrote and they are still sitting here for 3 months. Somehow I have always had a defect when getting cards actually stamped and to the box. Glad I live in the time of email! Good for you for keeping up with B!
Posted by: Angie | Apr 5, 2007 2:52:01 AM