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December 24, 2009


wendy m

Lots of online shopping - I hate the crowds and the traffic at the mall this time of year. And seeing that big brown package truck coming down the street makes me ever so happy! Christmas cards are all addressed by hand - no printed labels (except for the return address). And of course, lots of web surfing for ideas and inspiration!


:) Online shopping. Seriously. I've gotten more in debt, but at least I don't have to deal with the crowds!! And on-line gift certificates!! Oh, and of course, patterns. MERRY HO-HOS!!!

MAry Anne

This is the first year I've done any shopping online and it's really so much easier. So far I've only purchased books, but I think next year I'll do more. I also get a lot of ideas for crafty things to make online. This year I made some body lotion and some icicle dolls - both from online sources.
Merry Christmas and thank you for all the fun questions and the opportunities to win!


I used my computer for online shopping and for getting ideas and ordering supplies.
And I ordered Christmas Card from Worldvision.
How did I ever do without the Internet?!?

Rebecca Jones

Some online shopping and almost all of the Christmas card delivery. DH makes our e-card and we send it out to everyone.

f lynn rush

i ordered some winter paper for next year and other things on-line. i also got plenty of ideas from this and other on-line sources. i also altered an old photo and printed it out on lightly-patterned paper for a book i made for my mother's book club book exchange.

Yo Presley

Did all but the photos this year, but most impt. the contacts with those far away at this special time of year. Priceless!

Marjorie Jumisco

God Bless online shopping and blogs. Both have been very inspirational to me all year long!
My OS is Ubuntu and I am going to take a class in GIMP (Ubuntu's photoshop) and am so looking forward to that. Especially when I see all the wonderful uses you all have made of computer software.
Long live art!


my computer played the roll of window shopping for me this year.


Like you I used my computer for all the listed reasons, plus sending and receiving Holiday greetings from Bloglandian friends, family, and friends from all over the world. Living in a foreign country has become so much easier with the internet so handy!! :)

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mexico

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