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Happy Winter festivities

Most religious groups have a winter festival, and I wish all my readers joy in whatever their’s is. If you’re not religious or don’t have a festival coming up, I still wish you a happy winter-time.

The whole world gets a New Year in a few days. I hope your celebrations go well and that 2015 is all you want it to be.

I probably won’t have time to blog between now and January, but I will make time to read your posts.

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End of the old year

The New Year approaches. I am spending it quietly at home with a couple of friends. If you’re going out partying I wish you a joyful and safe night with no hangover tomorrow.

I wrote this small poem years ago and had forgotten it.

Three leaves cling to the alder.
A distant siren wails
the last sorrow of the year.

Happy New Year to everyone.

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