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I wish you all the best of this holiday season. May all your wishes come true and may the New Year bring you all the prosperity and happiness you hope for. Take care of each other over the holidays and remember, peace and love are the truly joyus attributes of every celebration. Do a little something for those less fortunate this season, and strive to practice that generosity all year long.
I know we will all be busy over the next few days with friends and family. I may be in and out but I am looking forward to many new projects in the new year and to sharing them with all my friends here. Looking forward to seeing all your projects next year as well!
Peace my friends!
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Merry Christmas Deb and thanks for all you do on the forum as well as elsewhere.
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Back atcha Deb...hope ya have a great holiday season...

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Thanks a lot Deb! Merry Christmas and I wish you and your family a very happy and safe holiday and celebration together

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Merry Christmas to you and your families, Deb.. Bob.. Bill.. Mark.. Enjoy the time together.. ideally some in the shop!! :-)

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Thanks, Deb. Same to you and yours.

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Merry Christmas to you Deb from the Olson family.

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Merry Christmas, Deb.

All the best for the new year.

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Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah or Happy Holidays to All!

May you find Peace, Joy, and Love this Day and throughout the Year!

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Merry Christmas all

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