Christmas & New Year shutdown.

Dearest Frontline community,

Tomorrow will be my final posts to Frontline until the 2nd of January 2024. With Christmas upon us, my home is bustling with the warmth of visiting relatives, and the inviting presence of a house and caravan teeming with shared stories and laughter.

Beyond the simple politeness of not spending my time in the office during this festive season with a house full of guests, there’s a deeper reason. I’ve been blessed with 55 years of marriage, and my aim is to make 56 years!

Reflecting on the past year, I’m overwhelmed with gratitude for your unwavering support. Together with my son Glenn, we embarked on a journey to rebrand the site, and although we encountered a few glitches, your steadfast presence and encouragement carried us through.

Julie, with her unyielding support, has been my rock, her unwavering support, stands as my backstop, enabling me to navigate this incredible journey with Frontline. Her understanding and support are the pillars that allow me to devote the time I do.

As we embrace the spirit of Christmas, my heartfelt wishes extend to each and every one of you and your families. May your homes be filled with the pure joy and excitement that this Christmas and New Year season brings. In the midst of the festivities, let’s take a moment to remember those who may not be as fortunate and send warm thoughts to our servicemen deployed or without the luxury of a stand-down.

Looking ahead to 2024, I hope your plans are filled with promise and joy. May you all be blessed with good health, and may the coming year unfold as a tapestry of beautiful moments and accomplishments.

Thank you once again for being an integral part of Frontline and my life. Your support has been a beacon of light, and I am truly grateful. Until we reconnect in the new year, I wish you and your families a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

With cheers,

Ray, Julie & Glenn.

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  • Erin Bradley December 22, 2023   Reply →

    Merry Christmas to you and family. Thank you for keeping everyone up dated with Frontline.
    Please rest up and enjoy the Christmas /NewYear season to have quality time with your loved ones.
    Merry Christmas and hopefully a much kinder new year for everyone.

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