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January 1, Branson and Vikki Matheson

Top of the Park Place Hotel, 2012

Jim and Kim Christie

Castle Farms Winter Wedding -- beautiful!

Tim and Amy Custard, January 13

In their Williamsburg home

January Newsletter

“You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching, Love like you’ll never be hurt, Sing like there’s nobody listening, And live like it’s heaven on earth.”  William W. Purkey

Joining two people in Love, touching lives forever

Announcements

Non so far

Anniversaries

1        Branson and Vikki Matheson, 2012  (pictured)

13       Tim and Amy Custard, 2012  (pictured)

14       Jim and Kim Christie, 2012   (pictured)

20       Stephen and Tammi Fairbanks, 1990

27       Kelly and Jeff Curtis, 1987

Advice

The Key to Revitalizing a Relationship

“Through my research and clinical work I’ve been discovering how and why some people defy the norm and generate new energy and vitality within their long-term relationships. I’m convinced that there’s a way out of the Functional Relationship. There’s even a way to avoid it altogether.  I call it the art of Creative Indifference.” Read the rest of this article by Douglas LaBier, Ph.D. He is a business psychologist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist; and Director of the nonprofit Center for Progressive Development in Washington, DC.  Click here or on the headline.

Parting Words

Happy New Year everyone!!

I hope 2012 was as great a year for you as it was for me. I have a good feeling about 2013. This is the year that good things are going to happen. Here is what I know for you:  You are going to achieve your personal goals. You are going to see a shift in consciousness toward a kinder, caring world. Focus on what you can do and we’ll create a better world where love is not a cliche but something we remember day after day as the power we want to guide our life. With this love, we will make life better for humans and animals alike.

Whatever your profession is, whatever your passion is, go for it with all your heart and soul. Maybe it doesn’t seem like much to you, that it’s just a drop in the bucket. But remember that even a small drop of color into a bucket of paint changes the paint.

You have a lot to offer and it’s your effort that helps shift the consciousness.  Every drop counts. The more we all care and contribute our gifts, the more pervasive a gentler world will become. It’s up to us to make it happen here and now.

We look forward to working with you in this coming year. There’s so much to learn and explore — may you and yours have fun doing it.

Continued blessings and highest regards,

 

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