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I do hope you’re all off enjoying your holidays by now, and are doing whatever it is that makes you happiest with the people you love most.  I’ll be ducking out to take a little break now, so see you back here January 2.  Thanks for another very gratifying year here at Girls of a Certain Age. I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating: you are the liveliest, cleverest, and all-around best group of readers a girl could hope for, and truly my inspiration. Don’t you dare go and change.

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Posted on December 24th, 2013 17 Comments

17 Responses

  1. Jamie says:

    Happy, happy holidays!
    And thank you for your grace, your humor, and your style!

  2. SueM says:

    Right back at you Ms. F. Happy Hanukkah XO

  3. Tamara says:

    Happy holidays Kim 🙂

  4. Happiest of New Year’s to you, Kim!

  5. jacqueline says:

    Happy holidays Kim! Hope you have a restful break!

  6. Meegan says:

    Back at you. I wish you a very happy end of year/new year and look forward to your return.

  7. Donna says:

    Here’s to another year of insightful, interesting and fun posts.

  8. Laura Jean says:

    You are one of my favorite things on the intertubes. Happy New Year!

  9. Lisa says:

    Hope you are having the very happiest of holidays.

  10. Lesley says:

    we love you, Kim!

  11. AmyM says:

    Happy New Year, Kim! This is my favorite online destination, by far.

  12. Tricia says:

    :). Your blog makes me happy. Happy Holidays and New Year and what have you.

  13. Ann says:

    Happy New Year from Australia. Love your blog,.

  14. Jana says:

    Kim, thanks for being my top read every morning. Have a wonderful, healthy, gorgeous 2014!

  15. jennyg says:

    Happy New Year. I discovered your blog early this past fall and I enjoy everything you put out there! Thanks for the great post and I am looking forward to your fabulous blog in the new year.

  16. Viajera says:

    Right back at you! Happy Holidays and a great 2014!!!

  17. Marci Gower says:

    As a Jew, now married to a Christian, my Christmas tradition for years was (started by my dad and members from our congregation from Temple Beth Am in Merrick, NY) to volunteer at Long Island hospital, St Francis Hospital in Roslyn, in order to enable non essential workers to spend Christmas Day with their families. I live in FL now but I understand that almost 40 years later the program lives on by current Temple members who still volunteer on Christmas Day! ~ My dad passed in 1977 when I was 11 and this taught me the true meaning of Christmas. I used to love volunteering there on Christmas Day until I went to college and then eventually moved out of state for good.