If I have your address, you've received your holiday card by now. (Except for Sue, who lives in Bratislava. I had no idea how much postage to add, and guessed incorrectly. I don't blame myself, though, because I'm pretty sure "Bratislava" is a made-up place.) If I don't have your address, email me!
Every other year, I've made my card through Snapfish or at a kiosk at CVS at a cost of about $1.50 each per card. Instead, this year I printed a 6x4" photo that I added text and a border to, and then mailed it as a postcard, which cost about $0.40 per card. A little tip from me to you, for those of us who might be feeling a little nervous in a financially unstable world.
As always, I imagine people getting the O family holiday card and thinking to themselves, "Seriously? This is the best they could do?" Yes. Yes, it was. Here are the outtakes.
Day one: We're just trying to get everyone looking in the same direction with a NON-psychotic look on their face. Fail.
Day Two: How about just everyone in the shot? No?
I loved this one, but Liam looks like he's flipping the camera off:
Day Three: It's getting late. Let's just get this done, okay? Everyone keep their eyes open.
Oh COME ON!
It's going from bad to worse. Now every one of us looks weird, not just some of us, and the boy is trying to escape.
Didn't we have one a while back where we all looked normal(ish)? Let's just go with that one. WhatEVER.
May those that love you, love you. And those that don't love you, may God turn their hearts. And if he doesn't turn their hearts, may he turn their ankles, so we'll know them by their limping.