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Happy Holidays

English: A Christmas Tree at Home

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Here’s to a wonderful holiday season, whatever your faith.

2011 has been a great year but I expect 2012 to be even greater. BTW-for those spiritually attuned, 2012 began some time ago. I’m an a state of expectation for this new year. Hopefully, all the technical issues I had with my computer and Internet have been resolved so I will be posting on a regular basis. I have a lot of good suggestions of things to do in New York for 2012.

Did you at least get to see the wonderful holiday sights in New York? This is such a magical time of year. New York is transformed into a kaleidoscope of colors and sounds, Christmas trees, Hanukkah menorahs, Santas, nativity scenes. It is a most wonderful time of the year!

I’m not one for new year’s resolutions but what are your plans for the new year? Have you written out your plans? Maybe a year-long plan is too much. Break it down into the first 2 or 3 months. Make it manageable but get started.

I look forward to sharing with you and getting your feedback. In the meantime, having a rip-roaring New Year’s eve celebration.


December 27, 2011 Posted by | General | , , , , | Leave a comment