I am presently collecting obscure phobias and diseases for a potential homemade Xmas card.
Yes, I know what you are thinking. *Shirley you are simply amazing. * It’s true. Rather than send out the typical " Happy Holidays" card or " Our children are perfect and so are we" brag letter, I thumb my nose at convention.
I have a reputation for the most memorable holiday card/letter sent and this year, being a slightly dull news years for the Ujests, have decided on a different approach in the form of a Disclaimer on the front cover if the reader dare open it ( to say, " Merry Xmas.) It may or may not work out which is not contingent on Mr. Ujest’s opinion whatsoever (ha!) but on whether * I* find it funny.
But, if you love odd diseases and quirky phobias and much as I do (and you know you do) please list them here.
My back up plan if I cannot make the other one work, is to take a picture with my darling children holding signs saying something like, " You never call." and " What are we, chopped liver?" and the dog’s sign saying our phone number… and make it magnets for the fridge.