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A peaceful Holiday Season for all

oriontj
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Joined: Jul 2009

I hope for everyone on this board whose lives have been taken or touched by ec, peace this Holiday Season. Learning to live for the moment is some times difficult and it takes a crisis to see how it's done. Being thankful for little things, smiling when you really don't feel like it....

We spent Christmas Eve with old friends as we have many years ever since our boys and their boys were little guys...the youngest is ours and he's 35...it was so nice to be able to be with them and other friends.

Tomorrow we will go to Mass as a family...I will especially pray for everyone on the board...that your hearts are filled with the spirit of Christmas.
jan

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Hondo
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Joined: Apr 2009

Take care and may God keep you in His care as I will be keeping you in my prayers, Mary Christmas to you.
God Bless

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K_ann1015
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Joined: Aug 2009

Jan,
I just saw your post-(I am not sure how I missed it?). I hope you have a better 2010 than 2009. All of us dealing with EC kind of take it sometimes day by day (more or less!). We have 4 children, 2 boys, 2 girls oldest 17 youngest 9--we went to Christmas eve mass. My youngest was in the children's choir--and it was a wonderful family night!

thanks for your prayers for everyone as well--I know no one would turn down that good cheer!
Kim

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