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02Nov

Holiday Poem

​With the holidays upon us, Seasons greetings to all!
Allow me to give Some advice to you this fall.

The key is to look close at the things we take for granted.
To stop and smell the roses with aroma so enchanted.

There’s plenty to be thankful for all you need do is look around. 
And in the little things lots of joy can be found.

Spread a smile to a friend ask them about their day
Invite family for dinner and encourage them to stay. 

Tell your child you are proud of the person they’ve become
Remind them that you’re always here for them if they need someone. 

Reach out to brothers and sisters aunts and uncles in the distance
Do not wait till Christmas the holidays begin this instant!

We do not believe in waiting for the leaves to change
Here at DCL we live in the spirit each day.

So happy holidays to all of you our loyal, amazing readers. 
We look forward to more issues in the up and coming new years :)


~Mitch Charon

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