From the December2013 newsletter, by Maureen O. Betita
Writing Your Holidays. Yes, we all have holiday stories in
our past, some good, some bad... The main thing I remember of my experiences
is the anticipation of what is next. At least as I've aged, it's all
about having the holidays over and starting a new year with a fresh
Every year presents challenges and 2014 is going to be full of them.
But first, we celebrate the wrap up of 2013 with our annual holiday
party on December 7, at our regular meeting. There will be finger
foods galore, sweet and salty and I'm sure there will be much chocolate.
Plus, don't forget an item for our rollicking gift exchange/theft
ring. What you start with may not be what you end up with! $15 limit!
Barbara and I have been brainstorming ideas for our 2014 program,
please bring your deepest desires - the sky is the limit - and toss
them to us. We'll do our best to catch them and turn them into magic.