In November when everyone (and every thing) around us (including us) started breaking, I decided there was really just no way I would be able to get Hanukkah and Christmas cards all out on time and still spend lots of time trying to dull the pain that came with my stupid MO FO tooth drama. Practicing Ss and Ts with the MO FO flipper in is still as time consuming now as it was then, only I have grown tired of it and have just stopped talking altogether. One night while saying the alphabet, I thought it would be a good idea to design three different cards to send people that I could space out between the beginning and end of December. Depending on what holiday people celebrated or where they were in my address book, they all got different cards. Most people ended up getting the Wishing You A New Year Full Of Goodness card because I was just really late. And it was my favorite one.
I am all out of the cards now but I do have prints of GOODNESS in my etsy shop.
I don't actually recommend the making of 3 different cards during the busiest month of life. I may have also been on Vicodin at that time. That was way too much of an over-achiever moment to have been the real me planning.
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