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Deep in December, It\’s Nice to Remember …
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Posted by: site admin @ 7:29 am

It’s December 20th … and the temperature is finally in the seasonal 20s, where it should be. Anyone remember “Try to Remember” from one of the longest running shows on Broadway, “The Fantasticks”? I remember singing this song in glee club in college … and love it every bit as much today. There’s a stanza in the song that goes like this:

Deep in December, it’s nice to remember,
Altho’ you know that snow will follow.
Deep in December, it’s nice to remember,
Without a hurt the heart is hollow.
Deep in December, it’s nice to remember
The fire of September that made us mellow.

Deep in December our hearts should remember,
And follow…

As I remember, this December and the entire year of 2006, I’m grateful for wonderful clients, appreciative for the opportunity to work with such an inspiring, motivated, and talented group. I’m grateful for an excellent publisher, a superb editor, and another exciting book project. I’m grateful for a wonderful family and the best friends anyone could ask for. Looking ahead to the new year, I’m filled with hope and promise — for many happy returns, wonderful new opportunities, and wishes of health and happiness for those near and far. Happy Holidays!

– Jan

One Response to “Deep in December, It\’s Nice to Remember …”

  1. Casey Says:
    Jan, I wanted to look at your blog while I was check links on my website. I like it! You will have to check mine out someday too. Anyway, I wanted to let you know that I have launched my site early for testing and another round of editing before sending out my first newsletter (which you will get a copy of). I have a page titled career center, which at this time is almost a page for you! I put up the material you gave me for my site and it looks great. My readership will appreciate your services I am sure! Thanks a lot! Casey O’Donnell Way out here in Washington State!

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