Deck the halls, string the lights, pour another egg nog and all the fa la la la la la la’s because Christmas is coming!
I’ve been having a rough couple of months. Unfortunately, euphoria isn’t always accidental or easy. Sometimes it needs to be fought for. I’m working on it, and I am especially grateful to you, my most wonderful blog and social media community who make me laugh, offer kind words and digital hugs, and are just generally awesome!
In honor of your greatness and the delight and wonder that is December, Cooper and I are excited to once again bring you Accidental Christmas! Just like last year, I want to add all of you lovelies to my Christmas Card list. All you need to do is send me your address and I’ll send you a personal, hand written letter from Cooper and me. To get one, follow me on Twitter to DM me your address or send it to me in the contact section of this blog. You can also email me or send a carrier pigeon. I PROMISE that your address will be completely safe and unshared (unless you send by pigeon. I’ve never trusted pigeons. Shifty eyes.). I also promise that after sending your card, I will promptly delete any digital version of it, and I won’t even consider stalking you! Pinky swear. You can ask last year’s participants. They’ll vouch for me.
Anyone and everyone can participate whether you are a long-time reader, just stumbled upon this blog, or maybe you know someone who would love to get a festive holiday card. Coop and I have also decided to up our game a bit this year. I will be sending a couple of my favorite books and a few packages of my Chocolate Molasses Maple Toffee out with randomly selected cards. I’ll also be posting giveaways on here and Instagram each week as we get closer to Christmas.
Don’t forget to sign up for my newsletter! That’s right, there’s a newsletter now!! Cooper has been a freeloader for far too long, so I am putting him in charge of it. I told him he needs to keep y’all provided with Accidental Euphoria updates, but it might also be a lot of rants about the brazen attitude of the squirrels in this neighborhood.