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12/30/2003
Entry: "Happy New Year!"

As we close out 2003 and begin 2004 let us pray for strength, courage, wisdom, and guidance in everything we do. I hope all of my web family has a great New Years celebration and especially stay safe!!! When I was a youngun back in the day New Years Eve was the one night when it seemed OK to get not just drunk, but go beyond that stage and enter the "tord-up" stage. Again, I speak only for me, since I know some of my readers may still be regular elbow-benders and enjoy the haze that only a pitcher of beer, 4 rum and cokes, and untold glasses of champagne can bring, but as for me now that I have matured and mellowed out some I realize that drinking oneself into a stupor on New Years Eve just aint fun and never was...period...No matter how you choose to bring in the New Years, just use good judgement, common sense and if you do plan on getting "hazy", leave the car keys at home!

Again, I thank God for all of my web family and the kindness, respect, and love they have given me throughout the last year and I wish all sorts of good things in 2004 for each of you!

Happy New Years!

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4 brothers and sisters helped me to understand.


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on Thursday, January 1st, 2004 @ 05:24 AM EST
Shanti said

hey greggy! just droppin by to wish you a happy 2004! all the love and all the best for you and your family! big grin and it's snowing over here, i'm feel so happy! smile

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on Thursday, January 1st, 2004 @ 12:23 AM EST
Cheryl said

Happy New Year Greggy!
Your layout is comforting because it brings awareness that spring is coming bringing new life. How appropriate for New Years. New beginnings. Live well and prosper my friend. LOL

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on Wednesday, December 31st, 2003 @ 09:23 PM EST
Ray said

Greggy,
I agree that using good judgement and common sense with regard to the holiday festivities is key.

Wishing you all the best for a happy, prosperous and healthy new year.

Peace.

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on Wednesday, December 31st, 2003 @ 02:47 PM EST
Lashundra said

happy new year!

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