Those of you on top of things have probably already purchased your Christmas greeting cards and may have, in fact, already sent them out to friends and family.
If not, consider using Cards That Give, an organization that sells more than 150 selections of holiday greeting cards and every single batch purchased goes to raise funds for more than 100 charities. You pick the card associated with the charity you want to support.
At the bottom of the page there's a link to the card gallery. They appear to be a bit on the pricey side, but that's where you remind yourself the money goes to a good cause.
SIGNS YOU MAY HAVE USED TOO MANY OUTDOOR CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
You have to put on SPF 50 sunblock to go outside ... after dark.
The neighbors have stopped complaining about how bright it is and started complaining about how hot it is.
Your house is now visible from orbit.
The mayor of Las Vegas calls your home the tackiest building he's ever seen.
Your front yard has replaced Norway as "Land of the Midnight Sun."
At the stroke of 1:00 a.m. the ghost of Thomas Edison appears and asks what the heck you're doing.
[Top Greetings with edits by Mark Raymond]
WONDER for YOUR WEEK: Why is the center post on artificial Christmas trees green? Wouldn't it be more realistic if it were brown?
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