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There is still some joy to be found
Editorial
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 2:52 PM

There is still some joy to be found

There have been times for me after the Christmas and New Year’s candlelit services, Christmas hymn sings, and year end/beginning celebrations that the joy sort of drained out of my life. There is always that back-to-work and/or school schedule to keep, decorations to take down and store for another year and beginning a new year with things like tax preparation in the immediate future.

This year was much like last year, but one thing stood out that I think may be the sign of some good times ahead of me. The second day of the New Year, I had a meeting scheduled at the Paulding County Senior Center. I was invited to have lunch prior to the meeting and I found some real joy in this activity.

 

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