I’m Always Last Minute
As long as I can remember I have been a last minute, in the frying pan kind of girl. When I was younger, I’d do the book report the night before it was due. At test time, I’d cram the night before. Tax time…..same thing. Hurry up and get them done on the 14th.
Each year, when it comes to Holiday cards, it’s my FULL intention to pick them out, order them and send them sometime shortly after Thanksgiving. Yet for the past 3 years, I’ve sent nothing out. Why? Because I’m the last minute, in the frying pan girl. Ooops.
This year I’m really going for it. I’m ordering my holiday cards NOW in the hopes that I will actually send these cards sometime before the year changes to 2011.
Thing is though, we are a multi-faith family here. I’m Jewish and my husband is Catholic. When we send out cards it’s important that it be generic in wording….or acknowledge both of the season’s holidays. While it’s not that hard to do, it usually leads to a somewhat boring card. Season’s greetings? Yawn.
So here is what I’ve narrowed it down to as far as Hanukkah/Christmas photo cards:
Now…which do I pick, because this may be the one thing that has me doing the last minute thing again. Thoughts?