Best wishes to you and your family as you take time to step back from the busyness of everyday life and spend time with your loved ones during this holiday season.
May it be a good time of remembering the spirit and substance of what we pause to celebrate at this time of year.
Because many of you will be taking time off in the next couple of weeks, and you’ll have enough to get caught up with after vacation, and because I will also be taking some time off, this will be my last blog posting for 2010. It will resume again on Tuesday, January 4, 2011.
Thanks for the positive feedback so many of you have provided about my blog as a resource to help you in doing your job.
The picture here is my view from our office window.
Merry Christmas and and a Happy New Year!
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