Merry Christmas

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It turned out to be a pretty joyous occasion which made me very happy. Now I have been in regular contact with my family once again and it makes me happy that after all things that families sometimes go through that our family bond is still there.
I’m now looking forward to spending what may very well be my last Christmas as a D.C. resident with my family. Even though Thanksgiving was very nice, Christmas will be even more special to me because it’s the birthday of the ones who I thank the most for being able to live: Jesus Christ and my mother, whose birthday is also December 25th. Without these two very special influences in my life, there’s no telling how desperate things might be for me. So this Christmas I hope everybody finds something meaningful to truly be happy for, and not lose sight of the true meaning of Christmas: to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Jesus died so that we may have ever lasting life in paradise. To those who find it particularly difficult to find happiness during this time of year, I say just pray for the joy life to enter your heart and do what you can to be around loved ones.
I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Years. To my mom, I say Happy 73rd Birthday. I love you and look forward to many more birthdays with you.
P.S. I want to say thanks to the lady from Laurel, MD who sent a little help to the Street Sense office for my relocation. Merry Christmas.

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