There’s a feeling that the holiday season is all about doting on your family. Gifts are purchased, wrapped, and received. Holiday dinners are enjoyed at tables that you grew up around. There’s hugs, laughs, and lots of love. But the one thing I make sure to celebrate every holiday season are my friends. There are so many ways to nurture a friendship, and sometimes all I want for Christmas is to make sure my friends know they are appreciated.
I have to say, I’m one of those friends that seems to check in during the right time. While my friendships are few, they are deep. My girlfriends are people that are on the same wavelength as me. I know when they are going through it. And during the holiday season, most of them are feeling overwhelmed. This is the perfect time to uplift them with a note, or that perfect Mahogany card from Hallmark.
I love a good card. It only takes 5 minutes to find one, write a personal note inside, and send it off to the person you love and appreciate. My girlfriends are the perfect people to mail a fabulous card to. We don’t ask each other for gifts because our friendship IS the gift.
I carefully pick out the right Mahogany card for each woman. Their personalities are so different, so I have to SEE them in the design. From Dainty to Diva, everyone is represented in a Hallmark card. My goal is to pick a card that is pretty enough to be displayed on their desk, long after the season is over.
There’s magic in the mailing of a card, too. The excitement of addressing it, placing it in the mailbox and waiting days for that phone call from your dear friend saying “Girl, you always know exactly what to say to make my day! I love you!” There’s nothing like that experience, and it all started with an appreciated friendship and a gorgeous Hallmark card.
Do you have a friend out there that would say, “all I want for Christmas is a kind word from my friends”? Take a minute, sign a Mahogany Hallmark card, and mail it to her. The holidays are about family, and friends are the family you get to choose.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Mahogany and The bLink Marketing Network . The opinions and text are all mine.