Wherever you are, I hope you are surrounded by the people you love and are appreciating the good things that are part of this life and how fortunate we all are. I also hope you've got a glass of wine in hand, and are remembering that every wine is better when it is shared with the people we care about.
As for me, when you are reading this, Ruth and I will have carried a bottle into the middle of the Utah desert with a couple of dear friends in tow, and we'll be drinking fine wine out of plastic camping mugs while looking up at the stars. Now that's what I call a REAL vacation.
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