Hello My Friend,
WOW! Another year has come and gone. Looking back on 2020 – what a year it’s been!! An ancient Chinese curse says, “May you live in interesting times.” I think this year will qualify. Let’s hope next year is a whole lot less attractive.
This year has been challenging for all of us, I’m sure. I especially miss the loved ones I don’t see as often as I would like. As a result, I’ve been lonely, bored, and a bit stir-crazy at times. However, I must admit that I also enjoyed the rest and the stillness. It’s nice not to be constantly going, running like crazy.
It’s also been a good year! A year filled with many blessings and all of you are counted in those blessings. Thank you for supporting me and my business, The Compression Closet. I do so appreciate your trust and your loyalty. I am genuinely inspired by the therapists I work with and the patients they care for. You are some of the most courageous and strongest people I know. I see your struggle and challenges and how you continue despite it all. Bravo!
Looking back, I hope we can reflect and grow into more caring, kinder, patient, and tolerant people. This quiet time allows us to look at our lives and direction. Is it really where we want to go? I feel we’ve got a ways to go, and I can’t help but wonder if we will be stuck here until we learn our lesson. Learn to slow down. Strive to look up. Remember to appreciate what’s truly important.
Praying that the fear, sickness, and uncertainty will be over soon so we can embrace all of life again. And in the future, when we look back on this time, may we never again take for granted the simple joys in life, like a smile, a hug, or a visit with a loved one.
Wishing you a very happy holiday season and a New Year filled with love, hope, joy, and excellent health.
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James Musial says:
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family as well. God has allowed for us to ponder our relationships and other life decisions we may never have encountered or even thought about if it weren’t for this pandemic. I hope we all continue to ponder in 2021 and beyond. Thank you for your faithful service throughout the years.
Thank you Jim for your well wishes and for your kind words. Yes, it wouldn’t hurt for us to continue to ponder!