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Have a Happy New Year

cork “Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let each new year find you a better man.” –Benjamin Franklin. Happy New Year guys. All the good times this year will be cherished and all the bad times could be used to learn from for not only the upcoming new year, but also the years ahead. This is a good time to jot down those goals and put the major ones into perspective and best of all, it’s a good time to re-design yourself and see what you could improve on or start something new for the new year. If starting a blog, improve on financials, or starting a business, was on your list of resolutions, this post is for you.


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    This software makes it easier to compose compelling blog posts. With WSYIWG blog editor as well as tools for publishing photos and maps, live writer proves indispensible for bloggers that just needs to get the post up for their readers.
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New Year Lights 2010 

*For last year’s words belong to last year’s language

And next year’s words await another voice.

And to make an end is to make a beginning.

- T.S. Elliot, “Little Gidding”



  2. thanks beben - happy new year to you and your family too.

  3. i don't be a family...i am a single broo hohohoho


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