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Silent Night always brings back memories of Bob Hope’s Christmas shows for the troops. This year it’s my addition to footnoteMaven’s annual Blog Caroling tradition.
You spend money on cards and stamps, then you type and print the annual newsletter with a photo or two for good measure. Next you have to address and stuff and stamp and mail them. Save the money, but put the time and effort into building a Merry Christmas slideshow to share with friends and family.
A look back at Christmas in rural north Florida from author Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.
This year, think outside the box and create a unique Christmas greeting that will delight, entertain and update old friends and distant family. The Christmas newsletter is about to get an update!
With 500+ million people using Facebook, we’re all finding lots of friends and family hanging out here. Why not send your Christmas cards via Facebook? FB lists help make it easy.
Time to start working on family history projects for your holiday get-togethers. Some of this year’s hot gift ideas offer lots of new opportunities.