This is a little bit of a deviation from a traditional Monday Morning Minute.
Today is the twenty second and it’s kind of a big week. On Wednesday, for my Jewish friends, Hanukkah comes to a close, and on Thursday it’s Christmas day. It can be a very stressful time for a lot of people. You can be in the middle of hectic crowds and you can feel the obligation to buy a lot of presents…so sometimes we miss the meaning of the season.
So, on this Monday Morning Minute, I want to say that I hope however you spend the season, however you celebrate the Holiday’s, that you experience the joy that the season is intended to create. And with so many wonderful things at this time of year to pay attention to, I hope you are paid attention to by the people who love you, and that you in turn pay attention to the people that you love. Love is the reason for the season and I hope you have the most joyous of seasons.
I want to also thank you for the support you have given me and the Monday Morning Minute over the course of the last year. It’s been a joy to have you here, and it’s especially been a joy to have you take part in the community that shares the Monday Morning minute.
So, with that said, have a fabulous, fabulous holiday season and I’ll talk to you again on the 29th. Thanks everyone. Take care.