Working From Home Friendship Ecard
As a Baby Boomer, I was brought up to always acknowledge and send a “proper” Thank You whenever I received a Birthday, Christmas or special gift from my grandmother or one of my aunts. My mom would sit me down at the kitchen table, and with special pen and stationery, make certain that I exhibited proper ettiquette in my writing.
That lesson transferred in later life to include that I always remembered my Grandmother and aunts on their birthdays. Off we would go to the local drug store to pick an appropriate card with the intended recipient in mind.
I have passed these invaluable lessons along to my daughters. My oldest daughter is now passing this lesson along to my granddaughter.
Times, however, have changed, and we don’t always have the luxury of time to plan ahead for these occasions.
Fortunately, Free Ecards make it easier to let someone know you are thinking and caring about them.
There’s no hidden costs when sending or receiving Ecards. There are many animated categories to choose from, and each one on the site is free whether you are the sender or the recipient.
It’s so easy to send an Ecard – No Registration is Required and you won’t be sent any emails from either the site or affiliates.
Personalization is available to make each card special.
You can even send a Free Birthday Ecard via Twitter!
On your next special occasion, whether to say “hello” or to celebrate an enagement, wedding, new baby, promotion, or retirement, send Free Printable Cards.
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