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Sending Photos Home

This might be an obvious idea to you all, but it’s something I only recently discovered.  While a lot of our family members keep up with our photos on our blog or facebook, our grandparents are often left out of the loop.  Instead of having photos developed here and sending them in the mail, I’ve started uploading them to Shutterfly.  Shutterfly then allows you to send printed photos as a “gift” to others, and can even include a personalized message to the recipient.  Sending 10 photos to grandma costs about $2.

– Posted by Daphne | Prey Veng, Cambodia

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  1. Another good option is to use Walgreen’s online Photo shop. You can order prints and pay for them online and they can be picked up at the store of your choice or sent to someone’s home.

    Yaoundé, Cameroun

    Posted by Rachel B. | September 24, 2010, 9:59 am

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