Ho! Ho! Ho!


I've got my son, Cubby, doing my Christmas cards labeled, addressed, stampedand stuffed for a boy scout 'project' - how pathetic a mother am I?It's a family life merit badge thing.  I just can't seem to get myselftogether for this holiday season. 

Bubba is helping me decorate this year!  Get the decorations out, polish the copper (which I only do once a year!) and spruce up the place!  Yep, he's working on the family life badge also.  What am I going to do next year????

This is the time where lots of you have to start thinking about sending Christmas stuff over to the sand box.  I just thought I'd let you know what the post office is advising about those packages!

Postal workers advise all those sending holiday packages overseas toobey official holiday mail-by deadlines to guarantee timely delivery.Pre-addressed, printable, postage paid APO/FPO address labels areavailable at the United States Postal Service's Click-N-Ship? web-site,and free packing materials are available by calling 1-800-610-8734. DODmailing guidelines require use of the servicemember's full name, returnaddress, military organization or unit, APO/FPO address and thenine-digit ZIP code, if one is assigned. For further answers to yourmailing questions please contact (800) ASK-USPS or the Military PostalAgency at 1- 800-810-6098.

Good things to send:  M&M cookies, Rice Krispie cookies, Snickerdoodles (which you can send over to me as well!!!!).  Any other suggestions?

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