This 2020 year has been filled with highs and lows but one thing we can always count on – the 4th Thursday of November will be a time to be with family as we reflect on what we are thankful for and blessings from the past year.
Although this year will be virtual for many (I don’t remember the last time I have not been with my parents and my brother’s family) this will not keep us from enjoying our time together. I do know one thing that is certain… clean up will be a lot easier than in previous years. 😊
Zoom fatigue is real, but I’m confident we will be able to host a “meeting” with the extended family, with football in the background and multiple conversations occurring simultaneously. In many respects, it will be just like being together only we have the comfort of begin able to end each evening by sleeping on our own beds!
If you’re a frequent reader of my blogs, you know I spend a little time talking about my family.
Well, our youngest turned 21 last month and it was nice to be able to celebrate with him. While I’m sure he would rather have been celebrating with friends a little closer to his age, we did manage to enjoy the day in fine fashion, sampling bourbon distilled in Springhill, KS.
This was quite a pleasant surprise and if you live in the area, I would suggest heading to Bull Creek Distillery to sample their spirits. www.bullcreekdistillery.com.
Thank you to all for continuing to support both Swartz + Associates and Indurante & Associates.
We are truly thankful for the opportunity to represent your interests. 2021 will represent my 35th year in the property tax industry and I believe we are well positioned to represent our clients for the next 35!
I am fortunate and thankful to be surrounded by family, friends, employees and clients who care about us and each other. I believe it’s the little things that make the difference, and I look forward to taking care of the little things for you as we move forward.