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Into the Christmas Season

Well, Thanksgiving is over.  December is nearly here.  The Christmas season has begun.  If you haven't already, it's time to break out the Christmas cheer.  Christmas shopping, Christmas decorations, Christmas music.  Tis the Season as we say. 

Somehow this year I'm more excited about the holiday season than I usually am and I am more in the holiday spirit that I usually am.  Amidst being extremely busy with both work and two children under 3 I have been reminding myself more and more to enjoy the days, live in the present and take in the season.  I hope I can do it more than usual. 

To all of you, enjoy the holiday season too!  Take some time off, enjoy your family and live in the present.  In our busy "go go go" life this is something we need and now is the perfect time.  

Kasey Boles

Managing Broker, Jon Gosche Real Estate, LLC



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Comment balloon 0 commentsKasey & John Boles • November 29 2013 08:51PM
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