On this Sunday, today’s read is from Teresa Mull, an assistant editor of Spectator World. Here’s an excerpt:
When I was growing up, my mother received dozens of Christmas cards. She’d incorporate them into the holiday decor by hanging them on a wall in our family room. I remember being eager to see what “real” letters were buried in the stacks of generic catalogs and holiday sale flyers that arrived with each new mail delivery.
Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, I’d come home from school to find new cards of various shapes, sizes, and degrees of simplicity and extravagance added to the card wall.
Let us not let sit idly by on our screens and let such a beautiful tradition die.
Please read the entire column here.