Russ' Vintage Iron
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Wed Dec 24, 2014 06:48 AM CST

Christmas cards were always something I looked forward to in the weeks leading up to the holiday. When I was kid, my parents would receive many cards in the mail, some with interesting family photos and/or newsletters.

Not to be Grinch-ish here, but I never quite understood sending out a detailed account of what occurred in your family during the course of the last year. Call me crazy, I can tolerate a few paragraphs about your year, but certainly not two pages of single-spaced type.

I care about what is going on in your life, but not THAT much.

Anyway, ...

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