Share Your Gratitude
Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching! Over the years, it has become my favorite holiday. I love the fact that it provides us the opportunity to focus on quality time with our families and on gratitude. No matter how rough things are, we always have much to be grateful for. Gratitude is one of the things that has become a focal point in our office and in our home.
I have a simple request for each of you. As you sit around the table with family and friends on Thanksgiving, take a moment to think about one thing that you are grateful for. Then ask the person sitting to your left what they are grateful for. Then ask everyone else sitting around the table what they are grateful for. Some of the answers they come up with might surprise you, especially the children.
I know that we may be a week early with this message, but we wanted to let you know that we are grateful for all of you.
Grateful for the referrals of friends and family that you send our way.
Grateful for the opportunity to play a role in your health and wellbeing.
Grateful for the trust that you place in us.
Grateful for the time that we share together.
(Just an FYI, I will not be writing a newsletter for next week, but will get back to it the following week.)
Movement is my medicine,