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New Year's Day


New Year’s Day  marks the end of New Year’s Eve celebrations in the United States and gives many Americans a chance to remember the previous year, along with the hangover from celebrating New Year’s Eve. 🙂

Traveling home from a Christmas visit to relatives or other such gatherings might be in your future. You might be driving back from that New Year’s party as well. We ask that you don’t drink and drive.

Parades on the television or in your city are often part of the celebration. Sports, football in particular, is one event that is thought of as a New Year’s celebration.

Of course, there are the “New Year’s Resolutions”. Those wonderful promises that we make to ourselves. We swear that we are going to do this, accomplish that, stop doing something bad or start doing something good. We seldom succeed, but it is fun to make the gesture.

The main concept of New Year’s Day is a new beginning. A fresh start with new possibilities and opportunities. We wish you a

Happy New Year!

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