Holiday greetings get humbug response from offended aunt
Dear Abby: I confess, I can be a procrastinator. Last year, my holiday cards sat on my desk, blank and unaddressed until almost Easter, when it was far too late to send them. This year, I figured brevity was better than not getting them sent, so I had photo cards made and wrote short notes on each before mailing them.
Several of my relatives have now told me they felt "snubbed and offended" by my short notes. One aunt is particularly upset and said (via my mother) that my cards "clearly showed I don't care about people, and I should have written proper letters or sent nothing."
Was I wrong to think "some" card was better than no card at all? Also, how should I appease the aunt who is not speaking to me over this? – Holiday Card Writer, Akron, Ohio
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