Las Vegas Tribune

Special Christmas Wishes to all those in my life

By Perly Viasmensky
As I do every year I want to send my best wishes to all my friends who are “guests” of the State of Nevada, the ones who will not have dinner with family, and who will not receive a gift or a hug from a loved
one: Ron Mortensen, Paul Recktenwald, Oswaldo Lopez, Dagmar Diaz, Steve Cino and all the others who are away from home this holiday season.
At this time of the year, I think more than ever of my good friends Maramis Choufani and her family; Maria Ureña and her four children and their children; Parker Philpot and Blanca Gonzalez. And of course, I
can’t forget my dear brother.
To Don and Rita, I don’t need to say a word because every day of the year I show them my love and they are very confident of my feelings for them.
To Ben Childs and the light of his life, his three children, all the happiness in the world. At this time of year, a very strong prayer to the Almighty for those who went on ahead of us and left us behind, the ones who are watching us from heaven, and are always in our hearts, in our memories, in our prayers; the ones who will never be forgotten. That includes Maramis’ Mom and sisters; my dearest teacher Sister Mary Ninfa Briones; my schoolmate since childhood Idania Figueredo; Parker’s Mom and every member of my own family that I miss every day; my dearest brother Tony who is always in my mind and heart, but especially during this season.
Of course, I don’t wish the same to everyone. There is no possible way I could wish anything good to the con-artists Chris Garcia, a.k.a. Cuba, Guillermo Garcia, Christopher Guillermo Garcia and his supposed
wife Thea Bean, a.k.a. C-Ann Beam Garcia, Cann Garcia, Lou Ann Garcia and several other aliases, who together cleaned out our two bank accounts, went on a shopping spree around the city with monies that
did not belong to them and drove away in a 15-foot U-Haul truck with identification number DC7035W, and Arizona license plates AH55136, which did not belong to them either, leaving a small local business in
the red. To them, I wish Santa Claus would bring a big bag of coal.
Very special wishes and thanks to our president for bringing back to our nation Jesus Christ and Santa Claus, and hoping that the Good Lord continues to give him the wisdom to make our country great again,
giving it back to us as it was so many years ago full of hope, prosperity, freedom, and peace in the name of God.
To all and everyone of you my Christian friends, even to all of those who call themselves Christians, but do not believe in Christmas — May our days be filled with joy and wonderful moments. MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Perly Viasmensky is the General Manager of the Las Vegas Tribune. She writes a weekly column in this newspaper. To contact Perly Viasmensky, email her at pviasmensky@lasvegas
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