Do you get those, Diane? I read the letters we've received so far to my family yesterday and we got a huge kick out of them (one of them was written "American Media Scandal" style -- funny!). One of our friends is German, and it was very interesting/sweet to hear her take on the refugees. Like your photo.
Actually, we get one at the library each year from a family that most of us don't have interaction with. The personal details are more than you'd expect a stranger to send. People have such fascinating philosophies in the second decade of the 21st century. (By fascinating I mean repugnant.)
Your "altered" image is hilarious. Yep - I've read a letter or two like that over the years! I tend to prefer the 1-page ones just with highlights.... ;0)
Highlights are definitely preferable!
I am receiving fewer each year. Perhaps the families are too busy, or have less to say now that children are grown. You do great things with pictures, Diane, a chuckle this morning.
Keep chuckling, Linda!
Love this! Thanks for the big smiles today, Diane. I have mixed feelings about those Christmas letters. I guess it depends on how much bragging people do in them. :)
It's not the bragging but the proselytizing that gets me.
Sunday smiles Diane; thanks for linking up at my Sunday Limemuch love...