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Happy Sparkerdays!!!

Friday, December 24, 2010

This is an e-mail that I sent out to my team members (The Mighty Hundred) that I want to share with all of my sparkfriends.....





No matter what your beliefs or what name you give to your holiday one fact about this time of year is universal; this time of year is a celebration of life, love, perseverance and triumph. Those concepts are something that Sparkers have made a part of their daily life, and what a beautiful world it would be if everyone were a Sparker!! A Sparker has learned not only to appreciate the life and love that they have but to enhance them. A Sparker has learned to persevere in the bleakest of times. A Sparker has learned to celebrate every triumph, no matter how small, and has learned to reach for even greater triumphs in their lives. In short, a Sparker has made everyday their Christmas or Yule or Hanukkah or Kwanzaa. That feeling of warmth and delight that is felt when gathering with loved ones and friends is one that a Sparker feels within every day. However, a Sparker does not give out gifts just at the holiday. A Sparker gives inspiration, hope, and love out every moment of every day to everyone they come in contact with. Sparkpeople has truly changed my life and made every day a celebration of life, love, perseverance and triumph. Thank you to every Sparker who has been a part of that...and Happy Sparkerdays!!
~Jessie~
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  • DOROTHYBERO
    Beautifully put Jessie - Happy Sparker Day to you as well!!
    2175 days ago
  • TRAILWALKERJO54
    excellant Happy Spark days to you too
    sparker Jo
    2176 days ago
  • MINDFULFILLNESS
    Well said! Happy Sparkerdays to you, too, Jessie!
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    Jasmine
    CO-LEADER THE DAILY SPARKER

    2177 days ago
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