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Happy New Year 2012!

Hello All,

I hope everyone enjoyed their holidays with family and friends, I know I did.  Well, we are at  the beginning of a New Year 2012!   I hope this year will bring you more of what makes you happy.  I know for me I am going to appreciate all that I have, and work on not letting other outside drama, take more priority over all I do.   As I stated in my profile, I am an aspiring writer, and I it has only been a couple of months that I have been working on my blog.

For me 2012 is the start of so many dreams, among the first and foremost is  to always show my husband and children that they mean more to me than anything in the world.   Also, I hope this is the year that I finally get to publish my first book.  I have worked long and hard and although I live a very hectic schedule due to my duties as a wife, mother, student and also working from home. However, I have dedicated all the extra time- to my writing.  I am never going to give up on it.  I know I have something to say.

This story that I created means so much and I really am excited for everyone to read it, and I would be lying if I said I was not nervous also but I am ready for it, and I am never going to give up on it.  Writing has always been a passion, and 2012 is the year to finally achieve it!

Happy New Year 2012,


Sylvia Stein


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