HeloJoeBabyPoeThis is a joyous season.  It’s filled with love and laughter, cheer and joy.  

I am one of those people who like to be told or to say, “Happy Holidays”, but I like being told, “Merry Christmas”, too.  I wish people, “Happy Holidays”, certainly not because I have anything against Christmas, but because there are multiple holidays being celebrated.  Christmas and New Years are only two of them.  I want to honor everyone, their beliefs, and their celebrations.  It’s all about love and joy.

JohnStanleyI’ve looked them up and there are a lot of holidays in the month of December.  Being a non-religious Spiritual Center, we rejoice in all of them!  I wanted to share some of the holidays with you.  There are far too many for me to list them all, but I’m going to share the biggies and some that stood out to me.  

I would like to wish everyone who may celebrate any of all of the holidays a very, very:

Happy Hanukkah

Happy Winter Solstice

Happy Christmas

Happy Kwanzaa

Happy New Year

 And if that’s not enough celebrating for you, try:

Happy Rosa Parks DayTeresaBoardman
Happy National Mutt Day

Happy Special Education Day

Happy National Cookie Day 

Happy National Rhubarb Vodka Day

Happy Dewey Decimal System Day (I may be dating myself with this one)

Happy National Ambrosia Day

Happy National Cocoa Day

Happy Maple Syrup Day

SuzanneAkronHappy National Sangria Day

Happy Boxing Day

Happy National Bicarbonate of Soda Day

Please don’t be offended if I left off one of your favorite holidays.  There are just so many and my fingers are getting really tired from typing!

But we, the Great Conjunction family which includes myself, Joe Thornton, John Michael Thornton, Teresa Kinney, and Suzanne Olesko, would like to wish each and every one of you a very happy and joyous holiday season.  We are grateful for you, your participation, and your support to help us keep going and conducting our outreach programs.

From our family to yours, have a happy holiday season!  Love & Joy!