Christmas Cards

I have not yet sent out cards for the festive season and, given the date, it seems unlikely that they will go out at all. has a narrative of her card experience and I think it is what I would like to do as well. I like her list of things needed because it includes this: One bottle Bombay Sapphire (small) MMMM….. martinis.

On a side note: My recent prophetic statements of giving up Netflix to recover my sad life will not come true for yet another month because a co-worker, L, has given me a free month of Netflix for Christmas. The card she gave me said, “Buffy ’till it hurts.” How did she know I once spent about 8 hours straight watching Buffy until my head hurt from all the TV and I had to go to bed? I keep trying to convince Mr. Rochester that I need all the Buffy DVDs to go with my other Whedon shows, Angel and Firefly. He is not buying the argument that I need them mainly due to the lack of any intelligent TV, excepting Smallville and Arrested Development. Also, just in case anyone was in doubt, I have series issues with FOX and the WB. The issues mainly being that they cancel all the good shows and leave us with absolute shite to watch instead. Idiots.

–Jane, who needs to get out more

3 thoughts on “Christmas Cards

  • October 22, 2005 at 10:51 am

    Man, it’s hard to believe that Christmas is just around the corner. I’ve been surfing around the net checking out blogs related to Christmas to see if I can get some ideas for decorating, what kind of holiday cards to consider sending, and even more important, how to plan a great holiday party. My keyword search led me to Christmas Cards. While your site is not exactly what I was looking for, I’m really glad I came across it. Very interesting read! Happy holidays to you!

  • October 26, 2005 at 6:50 am

    Christmas has got to be my favorite time of year. I just love to read about what people are doing and thinking. I’m always looking for some great ideas on how to make this year more special than ever for my loved ones. I’ve enjoyed reading your posts and I hope you have a great Christmas!

  • November 6, 2005 at 4:36 pm

    I can’t believe that Christmas is right around the corner. This is a time of year that I like to try show my appreciation to others. I think in general, we keep so busy that we seem to let too much time go buy without letting people know that we care about them. Christmas seems to be a time we try to touch base with Christmas cards or gifts. I have been stopping by your blog from time to time and have enjoyed reading your posts, so I just wanted to say hi, and to wish you the best for the holidays.

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