It is with great joy and pleasure that I send you this Newsletter. We often find ourselves quite busy and harried during the holiday season. I just want to encourage you to take out some "me" time, relax, have a cup of cocoa or eggnog (not too heavy on the nog!), and enjoy yourselves and your family.
Whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or Winter Solstice; be sure to take the time to sh each and every moment. Whether it's a hard one or not--life is a gift. And it is meant to be lived to the fullest.
So laugh, sing, dance, and be merry. If you have to cry, don't cry alone. Cry with someone that has the ability to make you laugh at yourself! Cherish your family and friends, and make glorious memories.
You remain in my prayers and thoughts.
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A Soulful Christmas
Making the most of the holidays with your loved ones. Enjoying Christmas and making memories that last a lifetime.
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Ruthe McDonald, African American Culture Editor
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