Ensure that your holiday cards are tall on seasonal greetings and short on grammatical errors this year.
It’s that time of year again! There’s a chill in the air, and Christmas cards are being carefully inscribed, sealed in envelopes, and placed in post boxes across the country. We ink holiday wishes and seasons greetings inside, address our envelopes with a calligraphic flourish, and send off our warmest words to family and friends near and far. In return, we receive a mailbox full of photos and updates from loved ones we haven’t seen in ages. Sending and receiving holiday cards is one of the most beloved traditions of the season, but sometimes the inevitable happens. Our cards are besmirched. What is the culprit? What mars our beautiful tradition? Grammatical errors. Misplaced apostrophes, commas, and misspelled words creep onto our carefully considered cards. But not this year. This year, correct grammar will prevail. This year, we will sidestep mistakes and ensure that our cards are error free. Sharing our love with family and friends without grammatical errors or mistaken meanings is a gift in and of itself.