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Wishing You Overflowing Blessings

Wishing You Overflowing Blessings

As I’m writing this, it’s not quite Thanksgiving, and it’s hard to believe that the end of the year is just right around the corner.  Because of the holidays, we’re getting the newsletter out early, and with all that is going on in life this time of year, I find my schedule jam-packed—at work and at home, and my brain isn’t quite ready for something prophetic for the president’s message.  However, I will personally invite all of our members to cordially join us for an evening of merriment at Grace Farms on Wednesday, December 3rd for our annual holiday gathering.  We’ll be bringing five of our favorite things to share with one another in our fun gift exchange and have some delicious food and drinks, as well as a lot of laughter, I am certain of that!  So, don’t forget to RSVP on time!  You don’t want to miss out.

Our January meeting will be a presentation of past Bronze Quill winners sharing their tips.  For those who are unable to join us at our December meeting, I hope that you will consider joining us on January 7. 

In parting, as a holiday wish to each and every one of you, I am going to share something I came across about a year ago and I wish I had written it myself, but it does convey how I feel.  It is written by Angela Gwinner, who has a blog at MyBeautifulWords.com. 

“Wishing you warm hearts and cold hands. Moments filled with gratitude and love.  Constant faith and belief in yourself and all that is around you.  Eyes that sparkle at the smallest wonders.  Sing Silent Night, Holy Night.  Light a candle.  Or simply be that light yourself.  Wishing you overflowing blessings.  And wishing you enough.  Always.  But mostly wishing you love. Grateful, joyful love.”

Holiday blessings to you all~

~Keri
IABC/TOPEKA President