In Christmases past, my wife was a person who loved to send Christmas cards. She would spend hours shopping for just the right cards. After she passed on, I would buy one box of new cards and the rest would be from her big box of leftover cards from years before.
This year I was in a big-box store and saw nice looking cards for one-fourth of the price I would normally pay — they came home with me. As I was sitting at the desk filling them out, I turned one over, and what to my wondrous eyes should appear but three little words saying, "Made in China." It just didn't seem right, so the cards went in the round box under my desk.
And my friends will receive cards reading "Merry Christmas to all" and "Made in the USA."
Walter C. Dana