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Happy Holidays from OldSchool SEO

As the year comes to an end, I want to thank everyone who has visited, subscribed, commented, and contributed in any way to OldSchoolSEO. I have not blogged much lately and that is because of some exciting changes that have taken place and I look forward to hopefully sharing more soon.

As you spend time with family and friends, I want to ask you to remember those who may be struggling during the holidays, whether it’s financial such as a job loss or pending foreclosure, or a health challenge. Many of you may not know, but last Christmas was very tough for our family because my wife was very sick. By God’s grace, she is much improved and is enjoying this Christmas much more than last.

In the spirit of giving, I would like to ask that you remember a family that is very near to me as their son is going through a battle with a rare form of cancer. He has just received a bone marrow transplant and the recovery is less than desirable. Here is a snippet from his website in his dad’s words:

Medicine is not an exact science. There are several clinical indicators that tell Justin’s medical team that his transplanted cells are doing something – starting to engraft (grow) that is… Justin has a rash that covers 80 percent of his body. For the past 5 days he has maintained a constant body temperature/fever between 103 and +104. He has patches of skin starting to “slough” off his head and neck, and his entire body (hips, back, ribs and left leg) constantly ache.

Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers and if you are able to help them out financially, I know they will be blessed. Having experienced a medical crisis in our family, I personally know how financially devastating it can be. I would never ask anyone to do something I haven’t done and my wife and I have made a donation already. Don’t feel that any amount is too small.

To learn more about Justin and his progress, you can visit his website at www.savejustin.org.

I wish you all a Happy and safe Holiday Season.

Anthony Kirlew

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