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Audrey Heller

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A Brand New Year


I wait very patiently with great trepidation,
for this year to come to a close. For it's
been a very chaotic year, that's kept us on
our toes. I'll not be sorry to see it pass and
hope the year that lies ahead, will bring us
tranquility, instead! I look forward to the
new year and hope somehow it will bring,
peace on earth, good will towards men,
the best of everything. May we all be
surrounded by our loved ones, may we
be filled with holiday cheer. Then lift our
glasses with a toast, for a prosperous
and Happy New Year!

Submitted: Monday, September 22, 2008

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