No matter what your religious affiliation or beliefs, the spring holidays give time to pause and reflect on what one has, a time when hope springs eternal. As Andy Dufresne says in The Shawshank Redemption, “Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies.”
So as we come out of winter and are reborn into spring, I wanted to share a few things that I am thankful for:
A loving and supportive family including a wife who is always there for me, who motivates me and is my sounding board, and two amazing boys who bring sunshine with them into every room
A sustainable business that allows me to provide for my family while doing what I love.
A trusted and loving group of friends who I can always turn to and rely on when in need, and to whom I am always happy to return the favor.
A wonderful community in which to live.
My hardworking and trusted employees.
A client base that has allowed me to meet an extraordinary wide range of interesting people and have made my life richer in the process.
A trusted network of suppliers and colleagues
Good food and drink.
A sense of humor.
A peaceful soul.
Happy Easter everybody!!