Tis The Season For Holiday Traditions

Almost everyone has at least one holiday tradition or activity they enjoy. From spending time with family and friends, to sleeping in and waking up late, the holidays are time of doing what we love- with the people we love most.

Christmas Decorations

While the process of putting up decorations in and around your home can seem more like a chore than a tradition. I’m sure we can all agree that once they’re finally up, the cheer they bring are well worth the effort, especially for children.

Not everyone  is lucky enough to get snow during the holidays, but when it does happen, what a special treat indeed!

For many of us, the holidays signal a time of rest and relaxation. And even if resting isn’t one of your favorite traditions, we’re willing to bet it’s sure to find its way to the top of your to-do list before the holidays are over. 🙂

We know we shouldn’t do it, but we just can’t seem to help ourselves to more than a few tasty desserts and treats during the holidays. For some of us, gaining a few ounces (OK…pounds) is a tradition we just can’t seem to shake.

For the brave and tireless amongst us, holiday shopping is a tradition that they simply can’t live without. For the rest of us, simply looking at this picture makes us lethargic. We admire your endurance.

And while few of us want to venture out into the shopping masses ourselves, we more than love receiving a nice gift or two from the efforts of others. 🙂

What holiday traditions do you look forward to each year?

From the Retro 51 family to yours, we’d like to wish each and every one of you Happy Holidays! We sincerely thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to bringing you even bigger and better writing instruments and service in 2012!


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2 responses to “Tis The Season For Holiday Traditions

  1. Happy Holidays to an incredible team of hardworking dedicated individuals. You are as good as they get in the pen biz.

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