Feel Free to Wish Me Well

I will be thankful that you care enough to wish me well...

If you are Jewish, feel free to wish me a "Happy Hanukkah."

If you are a Christian, feel free to wish me a "Merry Christmas."

If you are African / American, feel free to wish me a "Joyous Kwanza."

If you have no affiliation, feel free to wish me "Happy Holidays."

I promise not to be offended!

I will be thankful that you care enough to wish me well...


"Happy Holidays" is an inclusive greeting that is not intended as an attack on Christianity or other religions, but is rather a response to what they say is the reality of a growing non-Christian population."

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Kristy Dunnigan November 29, 2012 at 03:20 PM
Thank you Kenneth! Happy Thursday~ Be well.


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