Sunday, December 26, 2010

Why I don't send Christmas cards and a gift for you

Why Christmas cards are an environmental disaster, Click here

Please think twice before sending any cards next year. Thank you.

A present for you

I bought you all a gift, well I bought you two actually, but I knew you wouldn't mind if I gave them to someone who really needed it...

Feed a family with a nutritional garden


Train a farmer

In a world where we have so much and others have so little I buy gifts from Oxfam Unwrapped All these people want is to be able to provide for themselves, maybe I can make a difference...maybe you can too.


  1. Anonymous10:16 pm

    Hi Sue, I am from Australia. Thank you for the great presents. We (my family) every year buy a gift from oxfam. This year we bought the nanny and kids. For mother's day, my children always buy something from oxfam on my behalf as I have lots of things already.
    Hope you had a great Christmas and all the best for the new year. Love your blog. I hoping to get my blog up and running very soon. Love Pauline

  2. Thanks for the great presents!
    We don't send regular Christmas cards either. I make a quick greeting card and send as an email instead.

  3. Anonymous4:15 pm

    Great gifts, Sue.

  4. I don't agree with not sending greeting cards, but I do make them all myself these days, recycling parts of ones I receive if it strikes my fancy. Then I can make them for the particular person who is going to receive them. All the card I use is recycled too from printing firms and from the university where I used to work.


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