After a year filled with numerous ups and downs, it is my sincere wish for all of us to have a good and peaceful holiday season no matter what. May it be filled with countless blessings, love, good health, greater prosperity, and joy. With the New Year almost upon us, may 2010 be a much better year for everyone! This is my general hope for us all.
A word of Thank to all the hubbers who have supported me following me here. Thank you to all of you who have contributed to the success of the HubMob and thank you to all of you who have offered me a sincere friendship.
May 2010 make us more understanding & tolerant of others in order to achieve greater peace and love in our lives. May we learn to better accept & find the positive things within the inherent differences that we all have from one another rather than finding fault in each other. Finally, may we grow in wisdom and love as time goes by.
This is my Holiday Wish for us all this year and beyond...
I just found your beautiful words of wisdom, Princessa! Happy Holidays to you and your family... Yes, I agree with you if everyone could just come to terms with "agreeing to disagree" without attempting to destroy the other; the world would become even more wonderful.
Happy Holidays everyone, and may we all find our "bliss" without hurting anyone in 2010!
What a lovely photo of you and your beautiful children Princessa. This is a great memory of your Christmas this year, that you can cherish for years to come. I would like to wish you and your family a very happy and successful 2010 and hope that it is a better year for all of us.Princessa just a wonderful memory to show them when they are older. God Bless you all Princessa Beautybabe.
Merry Christmas and all the best to other Hubbers I hope 2010 is everything that you want it to be for you all Beautybabe.
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