Holiday Wishes

I will be taking a short break from blogging until early 2020. So let me wish all of my family, friends, and loyal readers a wonderful holiday season. Whether you celebrate Hanukkah, or Christmas, or Kwanzaa, or all of them, or something else, or nothing at all, we all need ways to find light and hope in the darkest time of the year, a year that for many of us has been a dark year. I will not miss 2019. May 2020 bring light, love, and hope around the world and to all of you.

On that note, I will once again share one of my favorite quotations.




37 thoughts on “Holiday Wishes

  1. Dear Cousin Amy, I wish you and your Family a joyous Chanukah and a Happy and Healthy New Year. It has been both a pleasure and an Honor to get to know you and the Mishpachah through your valiant efforts to connect the past with the present. Much love, Hugs and Knishes Gayle

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  2. Wishing you a happy 2020 Amy with peace, good health and happiness. So good to meet up with you😁. I’m looking forward to your forthcoming blogs. Happy Hanukkah.

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  3. Your life, Amy, is about bringing light and love into this world. I am honored to have become a visible part of your (ours) family through your relentless research and blogging. What gifts you have given so many! You deserve your break – but don’t make it too long… Hugs, Cousin Jan

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