Humor & Hope

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Humor & Hope
Live every day with hope and a sense of humor.

Then, take your “creation” lists and tape them on the calendar page one year from today’s date. There’s nothing more to do for one year, until that day rolls around.

On that day, take out your lists, and you’ll be surprised at how much of what you wanted to create you’ve accomplished. Richard and I find this a delightful, encouraging process to do twice a year. We include lots of friends in the New Year’s Eve ceremony but keep our wedding anniversary ceremony private.

 

Our New Year’s Wish For You
We wish for you
A table of friends
Where the food is abundant
and the fun never ends

A holiday bright
With peace and good cheer
That continues to bless you
Throughout the new year.

May laughter and love
Find you day after day
And may many blessings
Come swiftly your way

We wish you a new year
To make your heart sing
Where the Spirit of Love
Brings you every good thing.
Tina B.Tessina & Richard N. Sharrard

© 2003 Tina B. Tessina

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