I'm usually not one to pass along e-mails, and certainly not one to say if you don't send this to 10 people, you're a heathen and/or a terrorist. But there's a pretty neat thing that Xerox is doing for Christmas. It just takes a minute to participate and it doesn't cost a thing.
It's called letssaythanks.com.
It's a website where the public can select a hand-drawn Christmas card drawn by youngsters across the country. Those cards are then sent to servicemen and servicewomen in Iraq and Afghanistan. One of several messages can be clicked to put on the card, and a personal one can be attached.
The public can't determine to whom it will be sent, but does it really matter? It might take at most a minute to do. Go ahead.