On our Christmas tree, the ornaments aren't just static decorations that never change from year to year -- the tree is an evolving scrapbook of moments and memories from our lives. These two ornaments pictured -- the needlepoint Raggedy Ann and the tiny angel cut from the lid of a tin can -- are two that... Continue Reading →
How do you send greetings these days?
The post office isn’t the only industry feeling the effects of social media’s popularity. This recent Wall Street Journal article discusses how the greeting card industry is also being impacted: Once a staple of birthdays and holidays, paper greeting cards are fewer and farther between — now seen as something special, instead of something that's required.... Continue Reading →