As I write this letter to send to print, the Thanksgiving fried turkey has yet to be consumed and presents have yet to be bought for Christmas, but I am overwhelmed with the feeling that if neither were to happen, this year would still be complete.
I am overwhelmed by the blessings this year has brought; the opportunities to meet new clients and the privilege to help existing ones. We’ve also had losses. Our partner, Fred, will be celebrating Thanksgiving and Christmas in his heavenly home for the first time this year
Holidays can be a tough time for some, but as we head into the holiday season, I encourage everyone to “live in the moment,” as my pastor said last Sunday. Carpe diem. Seize the day. Embrace the season instead of avoiding it. If you have family to spend it with, make it a priority to be with them. If you don’t have an existing family, then this is your reminder that blood doesn’t make family. Love does. Open your heart this season to the Greatest Gift of All. Focus on others instead of yourselves. Focus on the real reason for the season. It is my wish for each and every one of you to have a very Merry Christmas!
In this issue: Download Legal Times – Issue 10
- The History of Insurance
- The Christmas Story
- We need you!!