happy thanksgiving

There is Always Something to Be Thankful for

Thanksgiving comes just once a year, but being thankful is a core value of our team that knows no season. This week, we’re reflecting on all we have to be thankful for, and we challenge you to do the same. We’re counting our blessings, noticing the little things and shifting our attitudes to focus on the abundance.

Fuzzy socks, mystery novels and the Earth’s axis – Megan

Fuzzy socks are perfect for when it’s too cold for regular socks but too warm for slippers. I’m thankful that the Earth’s axis is slightly tilted so we experience seasons. With that being said, I’ll grab my fuzzy socks and mystery novel and enjoy this beautiful fall day (thanks, Earth).

The freedoms I have and those that are yet to come – Marian

I am thankful for the right to be a scholar and intellectual as well as the ability to carve out a place of freethinking and exploration of ideas. I am thankful for religious freedom to believe, pray and worship God without persecution.

Giggles from toddlers, coffee and sunsets – Lisa

I’m thankful for the coffee that keeps me awake to hear the sweet giggles of my toddlers. I am also thankful that I get to experience amazing sunsets every day.

Our clients, our team, coffee and wine – Amanda

To put in simply, these are the things that keep us going.

Time – Morgan

I’m thankful for time to spend with loved ones, time to read, time to work, time to worship and pray, time for vacation, time outdoors, time to write and time to watch the sunrise and sunset. I’m also thankful for clocks to track time as it flies by.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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