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Karen Lombardo

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Happy Holidays and Best Wishes in the New Year

Dec 22, 2020

Just about this time every year, my clients ask me to write holiday blogs, social media posts, and assorted pieces for the holidays.  I am so fortunate to have them and even more so that they entrust me with capturing and communicating their holiday sentiments.

Time to convey my holiday wishes to you.

There are so many thoughts that may seem trite or convenient during this pandemic, but they are heartfelt.

I wish for good health for us all.

I crave the warmth of a happy client hug.

I long to sit on a comfy café sofa and toast to success with a warm latte.

Enjoy the time with family and friends and spend the holiday basking in the feeling of comfort.

Happy holidays and raise your glass, or cup of Joe, to a healthy and happy new year.

 

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