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My goals this holiday season were to enjoy it.  I want to put the emphasis on the opportunity to be with my family and enjoy the holiday calm and the excitement.  I want to not worry about what got done or didn’t get done, whether my Christmas dinner was perfect or not, or whether the presents were wrapped perfectly enough.  I wanted to stop and enjoy the opportunity to spend time with my family, to rest and relax, and to clear my head, and all those reasons I wrote about in my last post.  And I am happy to say I have had that opportunity.

And that is what I wish for all of you, whether you celebrate holidays or not at this time of year.  Whether you are with family or something separates you from them, whether you are celebrating with friends or are by yourself, I hope that you can take a moment (or hopefully longer and be at peace).  I hope that you can find some joy in what you do.  And I hope that you can enjoy and be present in as many moments that are meaningful to you.

Thank you for your continuing support of this little blog of mine and all our communities.  I look forward to sharing some exciting moments with you through the coming year.

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