This year was something that none of us ever expected. We never experienced a nation-wide shutdown or pandemic. Our lives changed in a variety of ways and life took on a whole new meaning.
While it may seem like 2020 was the worst year, a few great things did happen.
As we reflect on the past year, we are excited for the year ahead as we bring in a fresh perspective.
We wish you a Happy New Year and a great 2021 full of peace, happiness and prosperity!
We want to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday from all of us!
Thank you for your support this year as a reader of the magazine. It has been a year that no one could have ever expected, but we are happy that things are already looking better for next year. We have so many things to be grateful for and we feel blessed to have readers like you that make this all worthwhile!
Our Winter Edition will be hitting the stands and doorsteps very soon, so if you aren’t set up to get it at home, you can get it at any one of our locations. This edition is jam packed with inspirational stories, health advice and much more, so be sure to get your copy when it comes out!
Today is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, which is a reminder of the tragedy that happened this day in 1941. Franklin D. Roosevelt said it was “a date which will live in infamy” as the surprise attack by the Japanese Imperial Army caused more than 2,000 people to be killed. Four very important U.S. Navy battleships sank, and four others were damaged along with hundreds of aircraft destroyed or damaged.
We would like to remember those who lost their lives, their families and those who lived through the tragedy. It is important to never forget this day as it marked an important event in history that changed the lives of many as it also led to declaring war on Japan and entering WW2.
Educate your family members and anyone from younger generations as they may not know the importance of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Point out to them how government buildings and most places that have an American Flag fly them at half-mast out of respect. History must be remembered!