Starting a new venture can be perilous. As I heard often of late, we don't know what we don't know. But we do find out. We learn, we grow.
Like most people, I spend part of the Thanksgiving holiday thinking about gratitude. With the many changes in my life this year, I think I am especially sensitive to the topic right now. So indulge me, if you will, while I express how grateful I am.
I am grateful to my clients, those brave souls who agreed to embark on this journey with me.
To Sharon Oamek of Honey Creek Creamery, thank you for being the first to believe I could manage your social media content. And thank you for sharing your goats -- and your cheese and gelato -- with me. Anytime I wonder about life, I can count on the goats to remind me to take joy in the process.
To Mark Feller, thank you for allowing me to help bring more exposure to your business. We've learned some things together so far, and I look forward to learning so much more as we help Central Spec Architectural Railings become the company you've always known it could be.
To Allen Keller, thank you for letting me stand beside you in a difficult transition year. Ginger's Hang-Up has been such an important part of my life for so many years, and I look forward to watching you expand and refocus the business. I will be beside you every step of the way.
To David Goldberg and your amazing staff at Science of Mind, and especially Holli Sharp, thank you hardly seems to express the depth of my gratitude. From writing articles for your magazine to directing your social media content to handling various projects that arise, I am learning so much about your faith traditions, about the universe and about myself. I am deeply and profoundly grateful to you.
To my friends and family, especially Brenda Bruce and Mark O'Leary, thank you for listening to me, for holding my hand, for supporting me. I could never do this without you.