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Charles Shaughnessy's annual end of the year thoughts & reflections for 2012

Charles Shaughnessy's annual end of the year thoughts & reflections for 2012 video, while looking to a hopeful future in 2013


  1. Beautiful.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!

    Happy Holidays!!!

    Trish Misiura

  2. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family.
    I hope 2013 will be a good year for us all.
    Best wishes,
    Sharon Hallett

  3. Very profound! I think we're all still a bit shaken by what happened at Sandy Hook Elementary, and your thoughts are welcomed. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family.

    Best wishes,
    Karen Guenther

  4. Very Moving blog! Thank you for sharing that! This tragedy is just Incomprehensible!! The lowest of lows... An attack on the most innocent citizens. The best an only thing we can do is to go on by holding their memories and our loved ones close. Hope all these shooting will resolve in 2013! Also, hoping for more gun regulations: especially with assault weapons and high powered ammo. Merry Christmas Charlie and Susan and everyone here at Only Connect Blog!

  5. Well said! I appreciate your sensitivity.

  6. Thank you, well said Charles. We are still in shock and disbelief something so horrible has taken 26 lives. It is especially hard at this time of the year. All of the families, first responders and the entire town of NewTown are in my thoughts and prayers. MERRY CHRISTMAS to you and your loved ones.


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