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Happy Holidays

Alas the season of events has come to a close but we have a lot to look forward to, my favorite time of the year. Actually I think any time of the year is my favorite but, Christmas is awesome. Time for family, fun, food, pies, cookies, egg nog, candy, gravy and all the good stuff that goes with it. The weather is getting colder so it is a little harder to get motivated to exercise outside. I can already feel my body slowing down. How do we stay motivated during his time of year? Probably the hardest time of year to get in shape. Did I mention all the pie? I hope this Christmas we can remember who we have to thank for everything good in our lives, our families, friends, faith, and the opportunity to overcome our mistakes. What gift can we give to others to brighten their lives?

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