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Mrs_Sweetpeach
Date: 2012-12-06 17:10
Subject: Paging rhymephile
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Location:Work
Mood:happyhappy
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Yours was my first card of the season. Thanks much, and I love the snowpeople and their snowpets. It's almost too cute for words although it is also leaving me with an incredible urge to get out my fimo and make something. This is not good as I still haven't finished the bed socks I'm making my mother-in-law for her combination birthday-Christmas gift. And unlike Christmas, her birthday is less than a week away!

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Why all the pearls?Why all the hair?Why anything?: Holiday - Smithers' Christmas
User: rhymephile
Date: 2012-12-07 08:24 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Keyword:Holiday - Smithers' Christmas
Yay! I was really on the ball this year, and mailed out all my cards December 1! What's even more impressive is that I got my girlfriend to write out all hers too, instead of leaving the ones she gets in a heap and I wind up yelling at her to SEND SOME BACK, DAMMIT. LOL. Glad you liked the card! That's one of my favorite designs from the bunch I have. And once Christmas is over I need to buy some new ones.
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Mrs_Sweetpeach
User: mrs_sweetpeach
Date: 2012-12-07 15:52 (UTC)
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That's amazing, that you were able to get her to get hers out. We are, of course, no where near ready to send out our cards. For one thing, the spouse still has to write the Year End letter. So far I've put off yelling at him for still not having the address problem solved. For at least the past three years I've been trying to get him to straighten out our address database and, so far, I've seen zero progress. I do not like to rely on my wonky memory to inform me as to which addresses in the file are obsolete and for which ones I have to search my email or the stack of paper from prior years for my notes about what's changed.
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