Christmas is certainly coming up fast! In some ways this year has seemed like the longest year ever, yet in other ways, it feels like it has zipped by faster than ever! Everything is about perspective. :)
I hope each one of you has found your way in managing the new challenges that 2020 has brought us. I hope each one of you has found things and people that bring you joy. I hope that we never go back to the old "normal", but that our new "normal" is one of being kinder to one another, being grateful for all the "little" things that we took for granted for so long (i.e. toilet paper! LOL!) and that we take more time out of our busy lives, when we are "back on track" to stay connected with the people we love and care for.
I would like to let you know that I will not be filling orders after December 18th, as I will be preparing for surgery. I DO plan to be back a few weeks into January (though my family is saying not till February!), better than ever! I wanted to assure you that this is not, in any way, related to Covid or anything contagious. :) I will be having cancer surgery again. By God's grace, I have been NED (No Evidence of Disease) from colon cancer since 2010, but this is a new cancer, uterine cancer. I am confident I will be good as new (or as new as an older person can get!), in no time. I very much appreciate so many who have sent me well wishes and prayers! I am very blessed!
I want to thank each and every one of my much valued customers and friends for your support and patronage in 2020 and I wish each and every one of you a joyous and peaceful Christmas, Hanukkah, holiday season! May 2021 be a year of restoration and new beginnings!
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