Carla M. Lee (carlamlee) wrote,
Carla M. Lee
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[holidays] holiday cards

As I do each year, I am going to try to send holiday cards. (Last year was one of the most successful since before law school, when I got through more than half of my names.) I am particularly ambitious this year, because with this card making kick I've been on, I want to try to make my holiday cards. (No promises, though.) I've been planning out card designs with a friend, trying to figure out something simple but fun. I like sparkly, shiny cards, so you can expect that, whether I make them or buy them.

So if you'd like a card, please leave a (screened) comment with your address, or, if you're not comfortable with that, you can send me an email at carlamlee at gmail dot com. (Private messaging via LJ or DW is probably not the best way to reach me, though.) I love sending cards, so please do let me know if you'd like to receive one.

(My roommate once told me I single-handedly kept the post office open during the holidays. Considering I didn't make it through my entire list, I laughed.)

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Tags: holidays: cards, holidays: winter
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