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December 23, 2011

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Candice,
This post is late, but none the less sincere. I am so glad to have you for a friend. You have a way of making us all feel special.
The changes you speak of, the second air, abounds in us all if we let it find us.
May the New Year continue to bless you and the community of San Pancho. I think of you often and hope to be able to visit you some day.

Our second breath.... you open our eyes for us with your beautiful and wise posts. What a perfect creed to carry with us all through into 2012. You are SO much of an elven spirit (of the Tolkein Kind)... I feel I have met a real elf! Enjoy your Son, your Pal and your very amazing Mom who must be a courageous heart to travel at such an age... I think you have inherited something from her that is precious. There is magic in your soul Candice.
The twinkly sparkly peace of Christmas has come through in your words.... GG

That was beautiful! It brought tears to my eyes. Next Christmas I will be there with you. And only a few more days till we set out for San Pancho in our old Jeep. Can't wait to see you.

Thank you Candice for the wonderful and much appreciated Christmas greeting. And thank you for sharing the new traditions and magical Christmas you will experience for the first time. Enjoy your El segundo aire, breath it deeply savoring every moment of having the satisfaction of the blessing. A very, very, Merry Christmas!

very poignant and lovely....I love the last picture of you...you are just glowing...and I love "the second air"....I am going to remember that when this old age gets me down....that certainly gives it a lightness that I would rather feel. Have a wonderful Christmas and kiss Nina for me!

What a beautiful post Candice. You have worked so hard to be where you are now - with your beautiful casa and your new life in San Pancho. How great that Greg is there - and fulfilling his dreams too (loved your post last week about his restaurant - it looks fabulous and is bound to be a success!).

I'm getting ready to enter my El segundo aire - and will e-mail you about it. Big changes but hopefully good ones.

It sounds like you will have a wonderful Christmas with all your family there. Feliz Navidad my friend!

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