My lucky number is 444

Jennifer Wilson

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November 24, 2009

My flu still in tow, we arrived safely in Houston yesterday to spend Thanksgiving with my parents. Walking in the door, I was greeted with this amazing sight:

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This morning, we set out to unpack the cards and stamp each one with the Operation Write Home logo. My mom, Sue, and I tag-teamed to sort and stamp, making the work go super fast. I was actually disappointed when we were all finished.

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With only one day’s mail to go, we counted 444 cards submitted for Scrappers Give Thanks. Yay! You guys are so amazing…

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sending me mail from around the world…

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writing Dear Hero cards and letters…

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and crafting the most delightful, creative cards I’ve ever seen…

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From the Sjolins & Wilsons, we wanted to say Happy Thanksgiving and…

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That’s my mom again. She’ll be in charge of making sure any late-arriving cards get off to Operation Write Home!

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5 Comments

  1. Deb aka dbrprc

    Wow, 444 cards so far… that is awesome! I was so excited to see some of my cards in the pictures above, so glad you got them safely!

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  2. tzigane

    wow! that is so great! and the cards you pictured are fabulous! and i feel a little sad because mine seem so plain and basic compared to some of those above. but i guess they will all go a long ways to brightening someones day!

    thank you to your mom and you for organizing, sorting, stamping and sending them! have a great thanksgiving!

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  3. mskinsey

    I was so happy to read this post. You see, I was feeling ashamed because I didn’t get the cards done that I said I was going to do, but then you mentioned that your mom was going to take care of any late-arriving cards. Will it be all right for me to get these in the mail to you and her first thing Friday morning? I will spend all day tomorrow (Thanksgiving Day) making them. They’ll probably all be paper-scrapped rather than made digitally since I can’t get my printer driver to stay loaded. I’ll look for your answer here or you can email me directly. Thank you for your understanding!

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    • Jennifer

      While we will mail off any later-arriving cards, it’s best if you send your cards directly to one of the Operation Write Home shippers. I only had them sent to us first to make the drawing easier.

      http://www.operationwritehome.org/mailroom.html

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  4. Dana

    How neat. 2 of my cards are pictured here. I had pledged to make a card for every comment I received during the OWH blog hop and had 46. I sent it 46 cards, yay me! Ok, ok, I didn’t make about 5 of them but still. I’m working on more to send directly to OWH again. Thanks for doing this…it was so much fun!

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