Even if you weren’t on my holiday card list this year, I hope the season has gone well for you and the coming year is an exceptional one.
When I first launched Analog Impulse note cards, part of me feared it would be the type of venture that would leave me with nothing but a glut of inventory I’d never get rid of. Thankfully, that hasn’t been the case. The production budget for the first series of cards was paid for before they even went to press, thanks to pre-orders and investors.
With the new year drawing near, I’ve been discussing plans to make some changes to the note card model. This will probably entail closing out the first series and offering a set of new haiku on a second series. So, for a limited time, the price for a half-dozen of these note cards has been reduced until the end of the holiday season or until inventory runs out – whichever comes first.
To take advantage of this pricing, you can order through analogimpulse.net or Etsy.com. (Orders placed by Wednesday, December 15, 2010, will have a money-back guarantee if not delivered before December 24, 2010.)
I’ve never been good at sending Christmas cards to my friends, no matter how many of my friends think to send me holiday greetings. That hasn’t changed this year, but since I know a few of those friends visit this site on occasion, I’ve decided to post a sort of online Christmas wish. This one goes out to my friends, family and anyone else who happens to view it.
By the way, if the meaning of this haiku is too muted, click here to see a different angle on the same sentiment.