I don't know about anyone else, but I am truly grateful that Christmas is over. I kept myself so busy to try to not think of my parents. We were on the go from early Christmas Eve to late Christmas Day. Being busy helped a little. New Years is bad for me because my grandmother died on New Years day 23 years ago and I was very close to her. The pain is not as intense now, but I still get sad. Now this is the first year without any parents, but I am blessed because I am very close to my sister and brother and we are all good friends. I don't know what I would do without them. I hope we all have a less painful year in 2008
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