December 29, 2016

As the year winds down and we look forward to 2017, we want to take a moment to thank each of you for supporting small business this year. We’re appreciative of each of one of you!

Our very favorite part of the holiday season (next to spending it with friends and family) is the Christmas tree itself. Snuggling up next to it, wine glass in hand, cozy blanket over our lap and view of the Pacific Ocean from our window is simply the perfect way to spend a night in December. No matter how late the work day—and during the holidays, it can be pretty late—we head straight home and sit beside the tree. It’s also become a personal tradition to keep it up as long as possible.

We have full, thankful hearts and we hope that you also had a happy, blessed holiday season. See you in the new year!

Colleen's Signature

 


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