"I Spy" creativity. Too bad it peaked in 2006.
The last (post)card I sent out was in 2006 (for all of those who thought I forgot you last year, fear not, I forgot everyone.) Due to bouts of 1st trimester crotchetiness and general pregnancy brain I failed to put anything together in 2007. I rationalized that since we hadn't moved, changed jobs, or added to the family we really didn't need to send holiday greetings around the globe. But to be entirely honest, I was also experiencing serious performance anxiety.
The 2006 "I Spy" postcard was a complete fluke. The photo and letter formatting were a pain, although I managed to throw it together and place my online order all in a single day (while Nate was out of town, no less.) I went with postcards because I'm cheap - seriously - postage is less expensive than 1st class, and no envelopes are required. And yet I got rave reviews. And I felt like an idiot. And now I don't know what to do. It's been 2 years and we've got a 4th Thing. The pressure of unsent warm wishes and seasons' greetings is mounting, but I'm petrified of disappointing my public. What to do?