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Holiday Cards

I love receiving Christmas Cards, New Year's Cards, Solstice Cards, Easter Cards, Birthday Cards... they make me happy, knowing that someone sent out greetings in an envelope, and were thinking of me. I don't think I filled in a single LJ poll this year requesting cards since I was in a frenzy of dissertation-related distraction when it was all happening, but nevertheless, a lovely line of cards now balances on top of the television (the modern home's hearth when no fireplace is present - even for those of us who don't generally watch the thing).

So thank you to all of you who mailed me shiny things to make my home festive, whether in envelope or email, whether the concierge staff, my next door neighbor, non-LJ and LJ friends alike. They brighten my day.


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Dec. 19th, 2005 07:12 pm (UTC)
are you back in the UK now?

perhaps after the holidays, we could do the meeting thing? (if you want to, of course)
Dec. 19th, 2005 07:28 pm (UTC)
Yes! And happily. After the holidays is good. We're in the UK for three days currently, back again on Jan. 2nd, and away for the first two weekends after that. Weekdays will be good for the first half of January, and afterwards, weekends as well.
Dec. 19th, 2005 07:32 pm (UTC)
i'm contemplating a week off at the end of jan, if you want?

we could do a museum or something?
Dec. 19th, 2005 08:12 pm (UTC)
That'd be good for me. The only night I have anything planned around then is Wednesday the 25th - a Dar Williams concert. C. might be in India then, but since you've never met him, that shouldn't much matter.
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