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26 Nov 2008
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Thanks For Reading VT Travel Notes

Thanksgiving artwork by Jacquie Lawson, all rights reserved

For Thanksgiving, I want to say thanks to the folks who have sent emails with compliments and suggestions. (No complaints . . . so far.) And to everyone else who has not written an email, thanks for just reading. This blog is now 2 1/2 years old and has received more than 430,000 visitors, an average of 474 per day.

The artwork above is from an animated e-card a friend of ours sent the other day. It was created by Jacquie Lawson, an e-card company with a wide selection of greeting cards. You can see, and hear, this animated Thanksgiving card here and other autumn season cards here.

Jacquie Lawson lives in England. Her web site has about 188 animated cards and adds about 20 new ones each year in 34 categories ranging from holidays to personal greetings such as birthdays and get well cards. For just $12 per year ($18 for two years), you can personalize these distinctive cards and send as many as you would like to family and friends. Some of the artwork is also available on printed calendars, note cards, mugs, tote bags, etc. You don't have to get in the car and drive around to find cards. For just the cost of three or four printed cards, you can get a year's worth of unique cards from this website.

For all our American readers, best wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving.

(c) 2008 Jeff Connor Grunberg Haus Inn
 
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