I was working on my Christmas cards this morning. I'm not the kind of person who does the newsletter thing; but, I do like reaching out to those who have been part of my life and at least letting them know that I'm thinking of them.
One of the best things about receiving cards during the holidays is that they're tangible. Call me old-fashioned (go on, I dare you), but I love seeing brightly coloured envelopes in the mailbox. I like the surprise of what is hidden inside each---the cards people have chosen and what they want to share this year, if only "Hello!"
So, here's the deal, dear readers: I'm assuming that at least some of you out there enjoy the holiday snail mail experience as much as I do. As you are part of my world, too, I'd like to send you a greeting. If you would like a real, honest-to-goodness card for the holidays from the Science Goddess, e-mail me your postal address (international readers welcome---this includes my UK lurkers). I will be immediately deleting messages after addressing the cards, so don't worry that I'll be selling your info to marketers (or your boss).
Join me in the spirit of things this season, won't you?