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#MerryChristmas from Nancy's Point! #blogging #holidays

Merry Christmas from Nancy’s Point!

Well, here we go, my last blog post for 2019. Heck, it’s my last blog post for the decade!

Thank you for reading Nancy’s Point this past year. Thank you for commenting on and sharing articles when you felt moved to do so. Thank you for offering support not just for me and my writing, but for one another as well.

Thank you for being part of this amazing community.

You’re the best readers ever!

Due to a host of reasons, the holidays can be a challenging time for many. If you are struggling and wondering how you’re going to make it through this time of year because you’re feeling anything but festive for whatever reason, may you have moments of peace, light and love.

And remember, you are not alone. I see you. I hear you, and I care about what you have to say.

Wishing you and your dear ones a lovely and meaningful holiday season – whatever that means to you.

Remember, yours will be special just because it yours.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

See you in 2020!

Together, we’ll keep on #KeepingItReal.

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#MerryChristmas from Nancy's Point #blogging #holidays
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13 thoughts to “Merry Christmas from Nancy’s Point!”

  1. Bright Yule! May the light in your heart see you through the darkest night and may the returning sun rekindle the sacred fires within!

  2. Merry Christmas & Gods abundant blessings to you. I just wish that we could all be healed of this metastatic breast cancer & of all the other cancers. With Gods grace we can all have HOPE.

  3. Merry Christmas to you and your family. Thank you for all that you do to help people in a frightening time of their lives. You find the experts in the field or interview patients in the searching for a cure. You do not post “pink” facts but solid facts. Keep up the great job.

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