I got zero Christmas cards at my house yesterday. Zero. I’ve been getting a bunch this year (although most are of the photo card variety), but it seems like I’m getting fewer than I have in the past.
So, are people still sending Christmas cards? Is Facebook and the internet killing them?
Bob Collins write about this in his MPR NewsCut blog, and I thought – this would make a great Good Question. According to the Chicago Tribune, the percentage of us sending Christmas cards has been dropping for years.
We’re checking with the Postal Service to see if they’ve seen a decrease in First Class mail. But what say you? Is this an age thing, where it’s the under-30 set not sending out cards? What are you seeing?
I’ll use your comments in my story tonight at 10!