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December 31, 2013

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Leisa A. Hammett

Jamie, I love that you all went to Tybee and I love your description. I have found myself wishing I could have ended the holiday there instead of the other way around--starting it out there.

I'm still wrapping my head around new paradigms with my spiritual mentor about all of this. Here's a stab: Clear the emotional clutter that holds you back from using your gifts for service. And once you know what it is that you are called to do, surrender to the outcome.

Happy New Year, Jamie. I was just thinking of you today and wishing to spend some time with you.

jamie@southmainmuse

We love Grayton Beach. As a family we left Christmas day and headed for a little cottage on Tybee Island. It was wonderfully gray and windswept and quiet this time of year and I DID NOT want to go home. It is a trick to balance surrendering and goal-setting. But I think it's possible. Maybe? Happy New Year Leisa.

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