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Happy New Year...

Happy New Year to all of you and I hope that 2011 will be a good one for you.

Well, I can truthfully say that 2010 just flew right past me. Where did the year go? I hate to admit it, but time really does fly the older you get and when you are having fun.

In retrospect, 2010 was a good year for me and I can say that because I still have my good health, my wonderful family and as you can see I still have a job.

Unfortunately this is not true for all of you, but you need to start the new year off with positive thoughts and hopefully the new year will bring positive changes in your life.

Every year I make resolutions and every year I break some of them...but at least I did try.

I don't have a clue as to what the new year has in store for all of us...but I do have a few thoughts.

Hopefully this economy will take a sharp turn and things will start looking up for those of you who are unemployed and for the businesses that are having it hard, things will get better... I will say a prayer for you.

Yes, times are hard, but things can always get worse. We still have so much going for us and we are fortunate to be living in this great country called America and in Bamberg County...We are all rich and just don't know it when compared to the way of life others live in countries abroad...We are truly blessed.

I did a quick survey with my employees and I want to share their New Year resolutions with you.

“My New Year’s resolutions are to maintain my weight loss, work less and play more, and master my new Yamaha digital Clarinova I purchased in 2010,” Bonnie Edgington.

“My New Year’s resolution is to get things done in a timely manner,” Jerry Halmon.

“My resolution is to stop procrastinating,” Sally Padgett.

“My New Year’s resolutions are to eat healthier, spend more time with my family, save money and practice having more patience. I plan to truly love as hard as I can and be as great a mom as I can possibly be,” Amanda Crider.

“I resolve to try and live one day at a time...to not project or worry about what tomorrow will hold. To freely show and give love to those around me and be open to God's guidance and direction for my life. Will I fail at times? Probably...but each day is a new beginning. You can't change the past, but you can always start from where you are and make it a new beginning,” Vicki Cleveland.

“My New Year’s resolution is to pursue my passion at the Art Institute,” Ryan Jones.

“My resolution for 2011 is to keep my car clean,” Joyce Shuler.

“My New Year’s resolution is to do unto others as I would have them do unto me,” Faye Stacey.

“My resolution for 2011 is to make a new start with my life and my family,” Doug Rogers.

“My New Year’s resolution is to try to become more patient and understanding,” Deidre Raysor.

As for me - My New Year’s resolutions are to try to be a better person in my professional and personal life, get more organized and stay focused on the important things. I want to be a better listener – as my boss always reminds me, I have two ears and one mouth. I want to remember to always count my blessings and to be more thankful,” Joyce Searson.

Happy New Year!!!

 
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