Is it okay to send Valentine's Day cards to your Christmas card people?
My Christmas card people get a Happy New Year card every year, but this year I worked long hours at my day job throughout the holiday season.
That requires more than a simple yes or no. It depends on who you send them to and what the relationship is and if they are married.
I agree with Mike - I'm not sure I'd send a Valentine to a church leader or my boss. But your friends and relatives would probably appreciate the sweet gesture!
What about sending a post-holiday newsy greeting that lets people know you were busy at Christmas and you hope they have a wonderful year? Now that the flurry of Christmas is over, people will have time to read and savor your message even more. Everyone understands being busy; they'll just be glad to hear from you.
I love Valentine's cards no matter who gives them to me - but I do work in an elementary school! I agree that it depends on who the recipient is and what their marital/relationship status may be. Okay for family and friends, maybe not okay for aquaintances who might get the wrong idea.
by j.amie 18 months ago
Is it rude not to send a Christmas card to someone who sent one to you?
by heart4theword 9 years ago
Valentine's? How many of you like to make Valentine's Cards?Maybe you just like to receive them?
by MomsTreasureChest 6 years ago
Do you send Christmas cards? If so, is it a personal photo card?
by Paula 4 years ago
Do you ever send paper cards through the mail?It can be so special to get a card in the mail anymore. Do you still send cards through the postal service? What are you thoughts on paper vs email vs nothing at all.
by AussieTreeChange 6 years ago
More and more people are sending greetings online via email or using electronic cards or social media pages or even mobile phones. Have you stopped sending cards the old fashioned way?
by PhoenixV 6 years ago
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