This Newsletter’s Schedule over the Holidays

I am taking a couple of short breaks over the holidays. I am flying north to be with family over Christmas and Boxing Day.

I almost never publish new articles on weekends anyway. Because of the Christmas events and my travel plans, I don’t plan to publish anything on Monday, Christmas Day, and probably not on Tuesday, the 26th (known as Boxing Day in many countries). I plan to resume publishing on Wednesday, December 27.

The following week, I will repeat the schedule: no new articles over the weekend nor on Monday, New Year’s Day. I am not yet sure about Tuesday, January 2.

I would also like to wish you and your family a very merry and peaceful holiday season.

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Thank you, Mr. Eastman. Happy Holidays to you and your loved ones.

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Two days off – must be a record for you, Dick! Enjoy them and take more if the occasions come up! A very Merry and Happy Christmas to you and your family and may the New Year be Genealogically favorable for you!

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Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year to you as well.

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Richard,
Merry Christmas and Happy Boxer Day wherever you may be. You certqinly deserve a few days away for your rigid schedule.
Regards, A long time reader, Dan

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Let me add my “Merry Christmas and Happy New Year” to you, too, Dick. Thanks for all the interesting articles this past year. Hope you enjoy our white Christmas.

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Bah humbug! Jacob would never have allowed it…

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