Happy Holidays

As most people celebrate Christmas at this time of the year, there are others that celebrate Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Ramadan, Diwali, and New Year, therefore to be politically correct, I should say, “Happy Holidays.”

I love Christmas cards, as some might call it Holiday greeting cards, I often wonder how people pick out their Christmas cards. Do you pick something that will bring a smile or a laugh to the people you send them to? As for me personally, I only send out a few Holiday cards each year as some of my friends moved and I find that it’s getting harder to keep in touch; sending out few cards also means receiving very few cards, but luckily we receive many Holiday greeting cards at work, these are some of my favorite cards that we received.






    This card is from me to you, Happy Holidays.


    PIMAI by James

    10 thoughts on “Happy Holidays”

    1. I don’t like being politically correct so I am going to call it like what it is.
      Also, you are celebrating Christmas. So………….Merry Christmas, Nye Ginger!

    2. Hey Dallas, calling me by my full name today 🙂 and you’re right, I do celebrate Christmas and Merry Christmas to you and the DallasLao family.

    3. Personally, I will use this time of the year to write Christmas cards to friends and family, donate to new, small charity organizations, listen to Christmas songs – songs that actually sing about Christ and joy. I’m not Christian but I just like to listen to them anyway. and stay away from giving mass produced gifts (except for exotic foods) to friends and family because that’s more junk and clutter in their life, which may impede their lifestyle. and I pray that they don’t give me stuffs because I’m trying to be a minimalist and trying 2 live simple practical life. so the best gift for me is a call to say “hi,” and if they want, maybe give me some hybrid pears… because once I eat them, they won’t impede my lifestyle.

      ..happy holidays 😉

    4. Hi K, I’m glad that our paths have crossed and I’ve received so much from your blog, whether it’s the moral support or just reading for entertaining.

      K, have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 🙂

    5. TheQuipster, I used to like getting gifts when I was younger, but as I got older, I realized that the joy of gift giving is to give, and not to receive; gift giving doesn’t have to be just during Christmas time, it could be any time of the year or in any shapes or forms, and the best gift of all is to be able to give the gift of HOPE.

      Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family. 🙂

    6. Hi Ginger,
      I think I spend way too much time browsing the Christmas card selection each December. I recognize one of your “UNICEF” Christmas card, since I got the same one from a friend.

      My favorite card from your list is the 5th one down. The one with the classic small town life fill with happy children playing in the snow. One day I will pretend to be a kid again and make a snowman too 🙂

      Season’s Greetings to you too!

    7. Ginger, Did you actually capture those cards thru a flatbed scanner, a duplex scanner or thru a digital camera? They’re nice.

    8. TheQuipster, I have a Lexmark X85, that scan, copy, and print that came with my computer. It’s discontinued now and the inks are expensive. I had to buy the black and color cartridges yesterday to print out the Thai news for my dad and I paid almost $80 for them.

    9. Hi Salat, my favorite cards are the first and last ones, I do miss Christmas in NYC and the cards made me think of Central Park where I used to go ice-skating when I was younger. You don’t have to pretend to be a kid again; I think you are at heart 😉 , Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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