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December 30, 2008

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SUSAN L.RUDNICK

DANIELLE:OUR CHANNUKAH CELEBRATION THIS YEAR WAS ALSO SCALED BACK (AS FAR AS THE STORE BOUGHT PRESENTS WERE CONCERNED).IN THE TRUE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON MY TWO REMAINING AT HOME CHILDREN RECEIVED MY TIME INSTEAD OF MY SALARY BOUGHT GIFTS.WE HAD NUMEROUS FAMILY DINNERS @ HOME;AND LIT OUR MENORAH TOGETHER EVERY NIGHT FOR EIGHT DAYS.WE EXCHANGED ONE GIFT EACH ON THE FIRST NIGHT ,AND IT WAS PEACEFUL AND WONDERFUL.WE ENJOYED PLAYING BACKGAMMON AND SAT AROUND THE DINING ROOM TABLE TALKING .ITS AMAZING WHEN THERE'S ONLY ONE GIFT TO BUY THAT ONE REALLY THINKS ABOUT THE PERSON YOU'RE BUYING IT FOR.I TRULY LOOK FORWARD TO MORE HOLIDAYS LIKE THIS ONE FOR MANY MORE YEARS TO COME.SUSAN L.RUDNICK

mdk

Where's my gift? Sorry, giving is more important than receiving, as my mother taught me! Wishing you the happiest of holidays with those that mean the world to you!!
Have a safe and Happy new Year!
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