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I think we’re a lot alike. We shared the spirit of the holidays with loved ones buying all sorts of special gifts hoping to make as many as happy as we can. I would go as far as to say we probably made a few small dreams come true with our generous gifting and giving.
We sometimes get frustrated by things we can’t change like our health, finances, love relationships, what seems like lack of quality control in products and services and of course – useless politicians!
We don’t ask for much in return. As a matter of fact, all I need these days is to find something to feel good about, and I wanted the same for the people I care about – especially during the holiday season.
On the other hand, the holidays can be a downer often leaving us wondering if there is more to life than the hustle and bustle of shopping and more materialistic consumerism.
In spite of it all, I still look for special, unique ways to spread happiness and joy even if it means going out of my way to do so. I look for new experiences with the finer things in life, especially if they are shrouded in a little mystery from the romantic, chivalrous days of lore. I was extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to create such wonderfully special moments almost on a daily basis. Let me tell you how.