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Thursday, December 25, 2008

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  • At 12:20 PM, December 25, 2008 , Blogger ufuk_kirtis said...

    Dear Chris and forum family,

    i like to wish you all

    Happy Happy Happy Holidays and New Year

    i hope the new year fullfills your dreams and expectations...

    this year i have no new year resolutions.. just will focus to the moment i am living in..

    Unfortunately i can't be around much in the forum but my heart is with you and i always will come home : )

    Love,

    Ufuk

     
  • At 6:39 PM, December 25, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Ufuk,
    Focusing on the moment sounds like an excellent resolution. If we all made the best of each moment imagine how much happier we would be and what a better world we would live in!

    DaveW

    PS - weather prediction is that my area (SE Mich) will be experiencing a heat wave this weekend with temps approaching 60 degrees F. The "Riviera" returns!

     
  • At 7:21 PM, December 25, 2008 , Blogger Susan said...

    Dave,
    Merry Christmas! 60? Somehow the "Riviera" sounds good about now. I gave up walking in the snow, even in the boot tracks! Of course my daughter and I dream of vacationing together on the other Riviera! Across the pond not far from Alex and Ute and Jaschenka! The lavender fields are beckoning. OK, you probably think I had a little too much hot cider last night!

    Alex, great to hear from you on the forum holiday wishes. Same to you! And Tim, thanks for asking about the kids. They did arrive ok, left later than planned to avoid some of the weather. Back to MD from there on Saturday. Ufuk, what wonderful new year sentiments...staying in the moment, and "breathing" :) in the moment...so simple, yet so hard to do. Thanks for the inspiration. And hope next year will be all you want it to be. Hope you'll find time to duck into the forum "home" from time to time.

    Off to the the Shepherd Bar for my family Christmas tomorrow. Yes, it's a real place...has a kind of mystical Christmas season ring to me now, after three years gathering there since our parents died. Aren't Christmas traditions amazing and fun and the stuff of beautiful memories?

    Happy Holidays to all, and to our forum host and his family! Sue

     

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