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All Aboard the Meme Express – Thursday, December 11, 2008


On December 11, 1961, The Marvelettes topped the American music charts with their hit single, “Please, Mr. Postman.” (The Beatles, The Carpenters and other music groups recorded their own covers of the song later.)

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For many merchants, December 11th is the final day to order holiday gifts for guaranteed Christmas delivery (without express charges).


The Meme Express prompt for today is Christmas mail.


Did you mail out holiday cards this year?

Do you plan to?

Have you shipped Christmas gift packages to loved ones?

What super free shipping offers have you discovered this Christmas?

Describe (or show) the best Christmas card you have received.


Perhaps this concept will inspire you to create a drawing, a poem, a short story, or a journal entry. Then return here to leave a comment with your link. (Be sure to include a link to the Meme Express. Grab our train graphic from the sidebar for your link, if you want.)


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Feel free to bookmark it for future reference!


Of course, if this prompt seems to stump you, feel free to peruse the archives of the Meme Express and publish a blog post on an earlier prompt.


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