Squeezed between the juvenile fun of Halloween and the timeless beauty of Christmas lies the slightly overlooked day of remembrance, Thanksgiving. It’s not that we forget to eat turkey (who could forget that?!), but the holiday just seems to get lost. Particularly in stores, Halloween decorations give way directly to Christmas decorations, and it can be easy to view Thanksgiving as a brief respite before the busyness of the Christmas season really sets in.
We’re not trying to steal anyone’s Christmas joy, but let’s take a moment to reflect on our blessings. For some of us, it’s been a great year! For others, it’s been rough. But whatever the last 365 days have held for you, I can just about guarantee you still have something to be thankful for. Here at Solid Rock Custom Homes and Solid Rock Construction, we have much to be thankful for.
First, we’d like to say “thank you” to our wonderful clients – we really feel like we have the best clients in Colorado! Each family we’ve had the privilege of working with over the past year has been a blessing, and we are very thankful that you’ve trusted us enough to invite us into your home. We don’t take that lightly. We also GREATLY appreciate all the referrals! Much of our business comes by way of referrals from past clients, and we take it as a great compliment when you recommend us to your friends and family.
Next, we are thankful for our families. Every year, as we watch the kids get just a little bit older, we are consciously thankful to have them in our lives. Life just wouldn’t have the same sparkle were it not for our kids, spouses, parents, and extended family. Each one is an integral part of the family tree that we wouldn’t want to be without.
Finally, we are thankful for our Solid Rock family, which has grown by 2 members this past year. Sarah MacFadyen joined us just about one year ago and has taken on much of the marketing load, and Mat Muldoon joined us in January as our production manager. Both have been great additions to our team, and we are thankful to have them.
Our list of blessings could go on and on, but we need to get on with the business of spending time with our families, and so do you! So, without further ado, may you have a blessed and happy Thanksgiving. And, like Nordstrom, may we all pause to enjoy one holiday at a time.