A New Year’s Letter

To whomever it may concern:

If you’re reading this, Happy New Year 2012!

Tonight is the night where you get together with people you can sing “Auld Lang Syne” with arm in arm and shoulder to shoulder while drunk and not feel awkward around the next day.

Or maybe you just hum the tune since you don’t actually know the words to the song. That’s okay, too. I’m not sure anybody really knows it, so don’t feel bad.

Enjoy a kiss with a loved one. Or perhaps a perfect stranger. This is the only day it’s somewhat acceptable to kiss a stranger and not get slapped. Take advantage of it.

As the clock ticks down and restarts a whole new year, cherish it. Eat, drink, be merry. Celebrate the passing of a year and the beginning of a new one like it’s your last.

The best is yet to come.

Love,
The Mayans

P.S. – Mark this date on your calendar: December 21st, 2012.

-Officially decoded Mayan message

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2 thoughts on “A New Year’s Letter

  1. theWomanAtTheWell says:

    I love your tongue-in-cheek- stylish humor. Thanks for another great post. May you be so bountifully blessed with more of what you provide to us, this on-line group that celebrates another year to come with you. Thank you for all your dedication to your blog, and to us, your readers.-WATW

  2. Sheena says:

    I like to think the Mayans fired the guy making calendars for stealing office supplies which I suppose would consist of chisels and paint. Nonetheless they realized no one else knew how to make a calendar and they just abandoned the project. HISTORY LESSONS!!!!

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