A Christmas Homecoming

Christmas 1919 Washington DCLike many a holiday card, I begin this post with an apology that I have been such a poor correspondent for the past few months. My job ended, I joined the ranks of the unemployed, but was eventually fortunate enough to begin a new job in the fall.

Now that life is once again more settled, I have returned to Post Whistle and hope that you will return with me.

As I did last year, I plan to celebrate the holidays by filling your mailbox over the coming weeks with Christmas cards and Christmas tales — a little holiday cheer to end the year.

I hope your local postman fills your home mailbox as well because it’s hard to line up emails on the mantelpiece. We may have to visit the post office rather than have it come to us as this mobile unit of 1919, but it’s worth it to gift your friends and families with cards for the holidays.

Happy December, everyone!

6 thoughts on “A Christmas Homecoming

  1. Susan Lendroth says:

    Thank you everyone for all your good wishes. It feels good to be back in the blogging saddle again.

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