Don’t Skimp On The Spirit!
It’s Christmas, well almost. 2011 has been a roller coaster ride for many of us. We’ve occupied Wall Street, lost a giant in the technology world (RIP Steve Jobs), lost jobs, found jobs, and even saw the fall of Bin Laden. Times are strange indeed. But tomorrow will be Christmas morning. Children will gaze upon all their presents with glee. Families will gather for their feasts and gift exchange. Some will travel the weary roads. But some will be alone and may not have the Christmas spirit. They may not have any friends or family. Perhaps they are waiting on their time to come in a nursing home or hospital bed. Others may have lost hope for themselves or others. So rejoice in your family and hold your children close. Take a million pictures to remember the moments you have and be thankful. I am thankful for all the great people in my life. Friends, family, co-workers, clients…you all are special to me and I love you. I may not tell you every day just how great you are, but you truly are gems to me. May you all have a blessed holiday season!