I had big plans this year to send out Christmas cards via snail mail, but I procrastinated a little too long for that (and decided to move back to Texas!). So, instead, I opted to send an email note with a fancy collage for all to see! I made a super simple picmonkey.com collage (more on my love for picmonkey here) and emailed it to all of our friends and family. And of course share it with my blog family! Here she is…
Andy and I are doing a tour of Texas over the next week. We’ll be driving to College Station to Houston to Austin and back to Houston visiting with the fams. Anyone else do a Christmas tour? What are your plans? Do you send Christmas cards? Anyone email Christmas cards? I’d love to hear! But, most of all I hope y’all have a peaceful, happy, Merry Christmas! xo
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