It is one of those weeks when everyone in the country pretty much feels the same. We all want to only do the work that we must to get through the first couple days of the week before moving on and starting the holiday season. And no matter what combination of excitement and dread you have as you look toward that holiday time, it at least must be better than working.
And hopefully it is good enough that you can spend some time in the spirit of the season and be thankful for the slight break and the good things in your life. Of course, we all must battle through difficult stretches of life, as well, so here is an extra wish for those currently going through one that you find some peace at this time.
In that spirit, let me also offer a warm thank you to everyone reading this. I know that many of the things I discuss in this space aren’t the most exciting and some of them only come up when situations are bad. This then isn’t always a fun and joyous spot but it means a lot to us that we have the trust of our clients to help guide them through such potentially trying situations. And we hope to be able to continue to build that warmth and comfort as we move forward.
But that’s not until next week.
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