Just a warm and gooey feeling post.

2 Sisters Share Same Christmas Card Over 61 Years.

This story amazed me. How cool is this?

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5 Responses to Just a warm and gooey feeling post.

  1. Karen Joy says:

    This is very cool!And you know whats really neat is my Mother in law does this with her sister.She was just telling us about it at our cmas gathering.For the life of me I cant remember how many years theyve been doing it but its MANY years.She’s 83 now and I know she said along time ago.They sometimes cant remember who has the card but they manage to find it and sign it and stick in the mail.I loved her story!

  2. Nikki says:

    What an incredible story. It makes me want to start one with one of my sisters, my oldest probably. The other 2 would lose it. Who am I kidding, I probably would too! LOL

    Great idea, I love it!

  3. SKL says:

    Wow! I think I am too old to start something like this with one of my sisters. I love the special bond that sisters share. When we’re young, we sometimes think we hate each other, yet ultimately there’s no bond quite like sisterhood. I pray that my daughters always have a meaningful, loving connecton.

  4. Laura says:

    This is pretty cool. I can see my mom doing this with her sister.

    For a while, my mom and I had a gift going back and forth between us. There was always a red velvet ribbon on it, signifying that this one was the special gift between us. I think I have the ribbon… I should go find it….

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