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Old 11-19-2010, 08:40 AM   #41
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Free eCards | Free Cards | Care2

has links to free ecards from other vendors.

I used this one recently:

Birthday Song - Care2 eCards, Free Online Animated Greeting Cards

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Old 11-19-2010, 09:49 AM   #42
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DW insists on sending dozens of hand-written Christmas cards to her acquaintances, each customized for the recipient. It takes her days to write them all (I usually lend a hand by printing the address labels and affixing the stamps ). It stresses her out every year because she wants the cards to be perfect, but she keeps on doing it. We receive dozens of Christmas cards back every year which she spreads on our mantle piece like trophies.
I must be married to her sister. DW does the same thing, stresses over "I have to write all the cards and get them in the mail." Now, I have offered to help, but my handwriting is such that I've been accused of being a physician so such offers are politely declined.

So my assistance is limited to a once-over to check for any errors, printing the labels, affixing the stamps, and using a sponge to seal the envelopes.

I heard the call to do nothing. So I answered it.
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