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« The Prosperity game | Main | What a lovely Christmas! »

December 24, 2007


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First, mull the wine and have a glass - or two! Things will look better after that, I promise!

To go along with your tooth story, I had a crown put in a couple of weeks ago for which we had to pay $500 after the insurance paid its share and it fell out yesterday! The good news is that there is no sensitivity in the area and it can probably be glued back in after the holidays.

Maybe it will help to ask yourself 'what would Esther Hicks do in this situation to soothe herself?' (referring here to previous post about the Prosperity Game). I'll play the 'what if' game with you and picture a Merry and Bright Christmas coming together for your family.

In the meantime, go pet your cats and just feel better ... hope this helps :-)

Kimberly Ann

I hope you had a wonderfully relaxing Christmas.

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