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    Season Greetings!

    I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy Holiday season.  My holidays started a couple weeks ago with a traditional Christmas dinner at our new home.  My family's small but located all over the country so it was the only time we could get together.  After months of planning, hundreds spent on Christmas decorations (all that garland doesn't come cheap), and hours of cooking and baking, we all managed to be under one roof together. 

    I try not to get too sentimental on my blogs but I'm going to throw my rule out the window this one time only.  Perhaps it's the time of year or the fact that I'm housebound with a broken ankle, but I've spent a lot of time thinking about the things that are most important in life.  For me, having a home where I can share memories with family and friends is truly a priority.  I may not have all the things in life that we look at with envy but I wouldn't trade the experiences I've had for anything in the world. 

    Thank you to everyone whom I've had a chance to speak and work with this year.  It has been an incredible year for me both personally and professionally.  I thank each and every one of you for sharing your thoughts and letting me be a part of your life. 

    Warmest wishes for the happiest of holidays.  I hope that 2011 is your best year ever!

    All the best,


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    Reader Comments (2)

    Hi Lindsay,
    So sorry to hear about your broken ankle. I feel for you as I had one earlier this year. It's amazing you were able to do as much as you did to prepare for your family Christmas. All the best for the New Year.

    December 23, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJenny Kotulak

    Thanks Jenny! I hope you had a great holiday season. I am happy to report that my ankle is on the road to recovery...still in a cast but able to apply a bit of pressure to it.

    January 5, 2011 | Registered CommenterLindsay Walls

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