Today's social dilemma came about because I received one of these in the mail yesterday. And it had a little more information in it than I thought was necessary. Let me explain. I received a "Christmas Update Letter" from my friend Amy who lives outside of L.A. in California. Now we don't get to see each other that often, but we keep in touch via social media and texts throughout the year, but yesterday I received the infamous update letter. And in it, Amy talked about all the normal stuff, how the kids are doing, how work is, etc, but she also talked about how her husband's sciatica was acting up but that he was hoping physical therapy would be helping him soon. She even brought up a lawsuit that she's involved in over an issue with the doctor who first diagnosed her husband. Now for me, I thought this was waaaaaay too much information. Some of those update letters are great, when you read what's been happening. Some seem like they're just spending time bragging about their year, and then Amy's was a little more information that I think we needed. I've never sent out an "Update Letter." I figure with social media being what it is, that's how most people keep up these days. What about you? Do you send out Christmas update letters, and do you like receiving them? Let me know what you think on the TRY Facebook page!
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