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Saturday, December 18, 2010

Would You Like To Do the Easiest Christmas Swap Ever?


It's a little late notice but I guess if you know me you're not surprised.  I thought I would get so much more done this Christmas Season but it was not to be.

Which brings me to why so little got done.
The nursing home called and was sending MIL back to the hospital yesterday morning because her  potassium levels were too high again.  So back to the emergency room we go to meet her.  This time we had her sent to another hospital in hopes of better care.  Luckily the Dr said her potassium level was fine.  The nursing home must have been a miss read.  She does still have a UTI though.  So back to the nursing home she went that afternoon.  She looked fine and is in no pain.  Thank goodness it was just a scare.  At least the nursing center isn't taking any chances.

Anyway, back to my original thought.....
Would any of you like to do a last minute one on one swap?  No creating necessary. Handmade (which of course we all love) or store bought, it doesn't matter all will be loved.  I love Christmas cards and really wanted to send them out to so many of you in blogland who I consider dear friends.  Well I didn't get around to making any special homemade cards or have time to contact you for your addresses.  So my thought is if any of you would like to swap Christmas cards/Christmas wishes I'd love to do that with you.

All you have to do is email me your address and I will give you mine in return and then I will post a Christmas wish of cheer out to you.  It sure would make me smile and my Christmas just a little brighter and I hope it would do the same for you.  So what do you say?  Are you up for the easiest swap ever?  

Okay, then just email me your full name and mailing address to cottonpickincute@hotmail.com.

Have a blessed and joyous weekend doing lots of Christmasy stuff.  Hugs....Tracy :)

9 comments:

  1. a card, amiled either way, across the pond, would never make it in time. But do know, my dear friend so far away, that you and your family are in my thoughts. I~ hope that you are able to find your peace and enjoy this wonderful holiday!

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  2. Sent you an email. Hope you are having a better day today. It is raining here and not just a little bit, pouring and just now had a flash of lightening.

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  3. Just emailed you, Merry Christmas!

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  4. Neat idea...I'll send you my address. I had yours but misplaced it, so please send it again.

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  5. So hope you MIL is going to be fine, Tracy. Sorry you have to go thru all of this ...
    Merry Christmas ~
    Have a beautiful season ~
    TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

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  6. Just wanted to drop you a line and say how much I'm enjoying your tag from the Peppermint tag swap.Such a jolly Santa - full of smiles.I had such a good time participating for the first time.Have a lovely holiday season.
    www.junquemagnet.blogspot.com

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  7. OMG!! Just received your card...it's too cute!! And the ornie is just darling!!! You are so thoughtful! Thank you so much♥♥
    Wishing you and yours a magical memory making Merry Christmas!!
    *hugs*deb

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  8. Your card got here today, yay! That snowman is adorable, thanks so much! Hope you're having a wonderful Christmas. :)

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