Learning the states again (and again and again)

I have stuck with my type-A tradition of mailing out Christmas cards during Thanksgiving weekend. So, now that most of our cards are making their way to friends and family, all we have to do is sit back and wait for the cards to in-turn show up at our door. Right?


This is a re-post from last year in a pathetic attempt to beat last year’s number of stars number. (Especially stars from some of those lonely blank states!)


Send a card. Get a star on your state.



Anyone up to the challenge of helping us out?

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  1. I love it!!! What a great project! I’m happy to send you a card, but … um … it won’t help you out, since we’re from the same state! ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m jealous you’re already done … I’ve haven’t put mine together yet … so … I’d better get hoppin’! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I mean ‘I haven’t put mine together yet’ … sheesh … that’s what I get for hitting ‘publish comment’ too fast!

  3. I wish I would have remembered this…Gillian just had her test on all 50 states plus capitols and spelling counted…ugh!
    This would have helped. Will remember for my next ones!

  4. I have officially been reading your blog for a year because I’m pretty sure I sent you a card last year. But I don’t really help with the stars since I come from a popular state on your card list.

    But I’d love to send you another one and I can probably get you some cards from some of the more lonely states as well. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Want a card from Connecticut?! =)

  6. I don’t do Christmas cards (lazy, grinchy, trying to keep my sanity, take your pick) but I’d be happy to send you a Canadian card.
    send your address, you will get yourself a Canuck card.

  7. What a fun idea! I read another blogger who is trying something similar. I would be happy to send out two from Massachusetts!

  8. I think we get fewer and fewer cards every year. You guess that’s why the post office is going under?

  9. Oh I’d love to send you a card!

  10. looks like you have plenty for California

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