Thank you for the memories
With Christmas fast approaching our home has become a busy place, filled with last minute shopping and last minute hustle. But some how in the middle of all the chaos the realization settles on me that another year has almost come to a close and soon a new door will be opening filled with new memories, new achievements and amazing new things, a new year.
The holidays for me are filled with great memories and amazing moments spent with family and friends. Memories that started from a very young age, kind of like a favorite book recieving a new chapter each year creating one of the greatest novels. A story that gets read over and over with each new generation and received with more excitement then the generation before.
This is the last article I will write this year, yet it has nothing to do with woodworking at all. It has everything to do with being thankful for everything this last year has brought into my life, and my extended family you my followers and subscribers. So many of you I have come to know on a very personal level, sharing ideas and thoughts, getting together with you and the great conversations that we have had. To all fifty thousand plus of you I say thank you. Thank you for supporting me and thank you for believing in me and my content, you are the reason I do what I do and why.
There is no doubt that this coming year is going to bring great things, introduce new faces and create another year of great memories, both in my personal life and in my public one. And I look forward to all of it.
Remember to always be thankful for everything and everyone in your life and to live in each moment like it's the last one, for these moments create the memories you will carry with you the rest of your life let them be worth remembering. From my family to yours I hope all of you have a Merry Christmas and an Happy New Years filled with amazing memories and moments that will be charished for generations to come, and I will see you in the 2016.
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