I’m a big planner and I like to make lists. There is a satisfaction in checking off completed tasks. Do you make lists? A big list this time of year is my gift list for Christmas. Family, friends, and people who make my life better are on the list. When I was working, I’d read about people giving a gift to the mail carrier. It seemed odd as I had no idea who delivered my mail. I was at work.
Now that I’m retired and am home when the mail is delivered, I know my carrier. Sometimes we talk a little when he drives up with the mail. I also have time to talk to John who owns the little auto shop where my car is serviced. He knows me when I walk in the door even though I haven’t been there in months. I started taking goodies to my mechanic back around 2002. At that time I was living in South Florida (greater Ft. Lauderdale area). I took my car to a local gas station owned by 2 brothers. One ran the office and the other managed the service area. Around Thanksgiving I baked pumpkin bread and brought it to them. No one had ever done that for them before. These honest, hard-working young men took care of me and some of my friends. I wanted to say thank you.
You know I love graphics so I decided to make pretty lists for my Christmas gifts. It’s not necessary I know, but Christmas brings out my decorative spirit. I played around and ended up with about 8 versions. These are the best 2 (in my opinion) sized 8.5″ x 11″. Pretty colors and joyful images make me happy. I hope you like them too.
First is a cutie moose and snowman list.
Second is a cheerful, country red Christmas List.
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