New Year’s Eve 2016

The last night of Hanukkah, also know as The Festival of Lights, happens to fall on New Year’s Eve, which ┬áis tonight. When I lit my Chanukiah (special candelabra for this holiday) with all the candles for the eight nights, my new mulit-colored candles made a beautiful sight, so I wanted to post the photo as a way to bring brightness into your life, despite whatever problems or issues you face.

Tomorrow I will post my new Home Page to wish you all a Happy New Year, but tonight I want to thank all of you who read my postings. In March I will celebrate my 11th anniversary of blogging, and I still plan to continue to post. Please continue to send your comments and suggestions.




May the glow of candles on this special candelabra bring light and brightness,
peace and prosperity to all our lives!

8 Responses to “New Year’s Eve 2016”

  1. Coll Says:

    Happy Hanukkah. May you have a bright New Year!

  2. Sylvia Says:

    Ellen Sue…. Thank you for your wonderful and spirited writings. Wishing you a wonderful 2017!
    love, -sylvia

    ES…. Thank you for your wonderful and spirited writings. Wishing you and Alan a healthy and happy 2017! love, -sylvia

  3. ellen sue spicer Says:

    Seems like I answered onmy email and got a repeat message, so just wanted to thank you for being a constant reader and for all your positive input.
    Love, ellensue

  4. ellen sue spicer Says:

    Did you light your Chanukiah? Thanx and same to you, ellensue

  5. Rosie Says:

    Wishing you a New Year as bright and colorful as the candles on the Chanukah!
    Write on!!!

  6. Rosie Says:

    Oops! That darn autocorrect! I wrote “Chanukia” but it got changed to Chanukah!

  7. Jackie Says:

    Happy, healthy New Year to you and yours. I cannot believe you have been blogging for 11 years!
    I’ll keep reading, as long as you keep writing!

  8. ellen sue spicer Says:

    THanx again for all your years of reading Menupause.

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