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As I said, I have really been blessed with some
wonderful family and friends.  So I decided to dedicate
a page to them this holiday season, giving them 'virtual' gifts.

First of all my family:

John:  If I could, the gift I would give
you would be that of peace of mind --
to have your worry's gone so you could simply enjoy your
life.  There would be a perfect house and job waiting for us
this summer, your back would be better and you would
be free to pursue whatever you choose in this life.
No bills hanging over your head; if
I could, those things would all be gone.

Stephen:  If I could, the gift I would give
you would be that of total self-confidence--
the ability to see yourself as I do -- if you could you would
see that you could do anything!  I am so very
proud of you and the man you are becoming.

Zachary:  If I could, the gift I would give
you would be unlimited attention span --
so you wouldn't have to struggle so much and have more
time for fishing!  I would also wish that the rest of the
world would learn to be as compassionate as you are.
 

And Now for My Special Friends
And Extended Family :

Becky:  If I could, the gift I would give
you would be that nice long vacation --
with me of course, to someplace warm, and tropical
where we could truly just relax together for awhile.

Mandi:  If I could, the gift I would give
you would be that cure for your Lupus
your daughter's have been wishing for.
While you don't complain about it, I know how much
you would enjoy being free of all the aches and pains and
medicine for a change.

Monica:  If I could, the gift I would give
you would be that of a cook --
since I know how much you love to cook yourself!  =)

For Kristy -- If I could I would give you
unlimited time to write!

Shannon and Katie:  If I could, the gift I'd
give the two of you would be that all
of your dreams would come true....you have
so many of them and spend so much time
taking care of everyone else's dreams.

Jeremy and Mandi:  If I could, the gift I
would give to you would be that I could
bestow upon you all the wisdom you will need
in the years to come while you parent that beautiful new baby
of yours.  Since I can't do that, just follow your heart,
and remember it is more important to be her parent than to be
her friend.

Dad and Chong:  If I could, the gift I would
give to you  would be that you receive as
much as you give to all of us.  Since that is
impossible, know that we all love you more
than we can say.

Mom and Max:  If I could, the gift I would
give to you would be a house next door to
us when we move to Oregon next summer!
We will miss you both so much!
 

And, for the rest of you, I wish you
peace of mind and of heart;
the company of those you love;
enduring health and friendship;
and a wonderful 1999.

Happy Holidays!

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