Peace and Goodwill to All
There are many times during the year that are so incredibly busy that I can hardly think straight. (A problem for me at the best of times!) As 2002 comes to a close and I take a moment to reflect back, allow me to report that it has been a wonderful year for the staff here at Woodworker’s Journal, and for me personally.
You all who make up the eZine readership have been a great pleasure to write for … and to hear back from! Thank you so much for your kind attention. It is my hope that the last year has been prosperous for you and yours. Please accept our best wishes in every regard for the coming year. In all things do well, and may you have love, joy and peace in all you do.
– Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
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