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We had a good Christmas the kids had a wonderful day with their gifts and spending the morning with their grandma and great uncle.  We also had a great lunch (including the fact that it was the first time for me to cook cresant rolls and green bean casserole lol) it all turned out great.  And go figure there is still sweets left over, with the new year around the corner I am looking at becoming a new me, get in better shape and change my life around. I know it will be a interesting journey but it is one that I feel is very important to not just me but my family who will be experiencing a whole new outlook on life as a whole.  With the kids in bed it's kind of a music night for me, music just lets me think a little bit clearer and get more out.  Of course I get to the ones that remind me of people I miss like everytime I hear a Neal McCoy song it reminds me of my grandma who was one of his biggest fans I hear a song on the radio at what feels like the times that I wish I could have her here by my side and then when I hear the music it makes it feel as if she is there in a way.  You can call me crazy if you want but that's my way of knowing that she is there for me.

I hope that everyone had a great Christmas holiday with the ones they love.

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