Fall is not the beginning of the end…of the year. It’s a time to be grateful for what we have and what we’re experienced so far this year.
That’s the message I see when the leaves begin to change. The oaks, elms and the soon-to-be glorious maples are thanking Mother Nature for their re-birth in Spring and the activity and growth of summer.
I’m going to take time to be a “maple leaf.”
I want to say thank you to all of my family, friends and colleagues who have, once again, provided me with the energy and enthusiasm that I’ve enjoyed this year.
For all of you reading this—whenever you see a red-orange flash of color in the trees. That’s me…thanking you.