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A quick little post

… before my dog absconds with the package of cream cheese I left out on the counter.

I don’t have anything to say on this Christmas Eve that’s insightful or inspirational, except eat whatever you want (as long as it doesn’t kill you) and Be Here Now.

I love reading your blogs, especially getting email notifications of new posts. I’ve fallen behind on reading this month what with grandkids out of school for the holidays, Christmas and medical appointments   but I look forward to catching up soon.

I’m so fortunate to be here this Christmas. And so grateful that I have the opportunity to thank all of you whose blogs I follow for sharing your lives with me through your beautiful writing, your wisdom, your courage and your humor.  I feel like I’ve made so many new friends.

Peace and light and joy today, tomorrow and all of your days for you and those you love.

I’m holding all of you in my heart — especially my LC blogger community.

Now, go eat stuff you don’t need and blog the recipes.

Happy Festivus!

** You thought I was going to show you pictures of my scans, didn’t you?  Silly.  No, they are Christmas wreaths that line the skyway from the main building at MD Anderson to the Mays building.  It’s a pretty fair walk if you don’t take the shuttle, so the wreaths make the walk worth it.

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9 replies

  1. What a lovely, happy, grateful message this post is. I, too, am thankful for my blog friends from around the world who enrich my life with their writings. I just never thought to tell them. I shall have to do so. PS: The Christmas wreaths are both clever and attractive. I wish you a happy, healthy new year full of laughter, my friend.

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  2. Welll…. shucks. I missed these posts until today because the elves that usually email me that dearmazie has posted something are apparently all at the beach. I’m so happy to see your observations on the world, your life and your family. I wish you all the best for 2016.

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  3. I’m glad to hear you’ve been busy with grandkids over the holidays and I hope you also ate “lots of stuff you didn’t need”. I wish you may wonderful moments in the here and now, laughing and hugging your little ones, and even the big ones. Happy New Year.

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