December 31, 2000
The East Coast of the US is in the process of digging out from under 8 to
26 inches of snow. Our poor country house is in the 26 inch zone, so I
hope our plow guy showed up today. This will be a somewhat brief
newsletter, as its real purpose is to bring you New Year greetings.
I wish for every one of you, Dear Accumulators a year full of joy,
productivity and, above all, good health. May all your dreams come true in
2001. May you find that elusive item that completes the series you've been
collecting for a decade, and may you discover new and delightful things
with fascinating histories.
Whatever mode of celebrating you will be doing, I hope it is with friends
and loved ones, and that you look back upon the past year with contentment,
if not enthusiastic wonder.
Artie and I will be ringing in the New Year with friends on Long Island,
and tomorrow, we'll be attending the gala New Years Day auction at The Old
Red Barn in Cuddebackville, NY, where Intrepid Auctioneer Vince Bambina
will have the entire parking lot plowed by then. We hope.
Remember, please, to be very careful out there. Designate a driver or, if
that's not possible, drink your last drink at least one hour before you hit
the road. And watch out for the other guy. Maybe nobody loved him enough
to take away his keys.
Have a great week, Accumulators. Happy hunting!
© 2000 Judith Katz-Schwartz. All rights reserved.
Antiques and Collectibles Newsletter #137
U.S. Library of Congress
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