A few days ago, Connor made this card for his teacher. I had suggested he should thank her for the book she gave him and I heard him thank her at pick-up one day, but he zipped home the day of his surgery and got to work on the below.
|"Dear Mrs. McFarland, Thank you for the fact tracker. I read it in about 1 hr. I[t] was very cool. you are the best teacher ever. Sincer[e]ly Connor"|
But sometimes, I realize, one does not have stamps at her desk, and one cannot deliver the mail personally. And for that, Shutterfly has come up with a solution. Hop to your computer and make a personalized card. Let them know where to send it, and it'll be on its way. It's called a "Treat Card". If you send one today (November 19) or tomorrow (November 20), you can do it free with the code: TREATBLOGR. If you are related to my husband, you can whip one of these out to his dad for his birthday that was yesterday. If not, perhaps you could beat everyone with holiday cards this year, or surprise someone with a Thanksgiving note. While it won't include your personal signature, it will include your personal note.
I'm testing the service out with my own free card tomorrow. It'll be going to my, ahem, father-in-law, who didn't get a card from his son or grandchildren this year...yet!
Disclosure: I'm receiving 20 Treat Cards in exchange for posting this offer.