FRED B. MULLETT

"I'm getting to that state in life where my flaws are looking more charmingly idiosyncratic than fearfully sociopathic."

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Seasonal Greetings from the Land of Dorothy and Toto!

Closer and closer the chaos comes, so I thought I'd take a moment.

The use of evergreen trees, wreaths, and garlands (all of which symbolize eternal life and the renewal that comes with Spring) was a custom of the ancients across many cultures and religious persuasions.  May the New Year bring a sense of that renewal to us all.

I wish to each of you Happy Holidays and all good things to come in the New Year. This time of year, there's usually plenty of food for the body.  Let's hope there's food for the soul in your future as well.  And share them both, if you can please.

Thanks again for your patronage, support and interest through this past year.  I deeply appreciate it.

Be well...and as always, thanks for your time.

Ho Ho Ho, y'all!

Sincerely,






Fred B.

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