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WE’RE CELEBRATING!

December 03, 2020 1 Comment

WE’RE CELEBRATING!

I’ve learned so much this past year just sitting at my desk, while isolating, and writing my book.

I’ve discovered it takes a lot longer than I ever imagined to write a book. May I repeat that—a lot longer!  On the other hand, the second book should be a lot easier.

 I keep telling you it’s almost—well it is, almost. 

 

I’m taking a short break for a great reason!


On December 11, our daughter, Olivia is getting married to Greg Nyhan.
And we couldn’t be happier so we’re celebrating!
I’ll post pictures and tell you all about it so stay tuned.

 

In the meantime, please stay healthy and happy!





1 Response

Zoe Greenberg
Zoe Greenberg

December 17, 2020

Congratulations Adeline on all counts! What a happy way to end such a challenging year!

Warmly
Zoe

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