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2022!

 Hiya readers, passer-bys, and lost souls - good day to you! And Happy New Year! 

If (like me) last year was a strange, horrid dream with no end - the new year finally arrives and brings hope for brighter days to come.

I am ever the fatally optimistic. 

Hopefully, this year will be full of wonder, love, and joy. I'm just excited to finally get to see the world! 

Have a little Murphy to see you into the New Year. 

All the best to you and yours! 

Perry 

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