It’s that time of year and I’m out this bitch. I’ll be on vacation and will be back after Christmas. I know the tears are flowing from thine eyes. It’s ok, I promise I will be back to serve the people. In the meantime you can always read all of the old posts. Have a safe and wonderful Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah and Festivus.
I would just like to say Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa and Happy Hanukkah to all the Candy Diaries readers. Thank you guys so much for riding with me another year. I know this year I’ve been a little lax as far as my posts, but you know how it gets sometimes. I appreciate each and every one of you. I thank you for allowing me to invade your daily lives. Your facebook messages, emails, tweets and texts truly inspire me and let me know what I do daily isn’t in vain. I’m praying for another year of blogging and I hope you guys are along for the ride. I have different ventures that I will like to pursue in 2012, so I will keep you guys updated on that. I will be changing some things with the blog. Nothing major, just upgrading a few things.
I hope you guys have a wonderful Christmas and if I don’t blog for you guys next week, have a wonderful New Year.
I would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. This year was a fast one, but it’s almost over so I am good with that. It’s so weird to think of where you were last year compared to right now. If you’ve found yourself living year after year dealing with the same thing, then you know what you need to do to change your situation. 2o11 is coming up and we need to reevalutae and work on us.
I have my flaws so I’m not excluded from this. We need to go into this new year with a clear mind and heart. We gotta do this together.
Ok, so it’s Christmas day. The day all little kids dream of and all parents spend money they don’t have. Now that it’s here we have one week until 2010 is upon us and I wanted to remind everyone that we all need to go into the new year with a clear path. All unresolved issues need to be cleared before we enter the new year. So whatever lingering relationship you think you’re in, you need to figure out if taking that shit into 2010 is worth the hassle. I mean why the hell would you want to bring shit from a year that you obviously had issues when you can start a new? I’ve decided to make a list the shit that I am leaving in 2009.