The Multifunctioning DBA

Nov 24 2011   8:00AM GMT

Happy Thanksgiving



Posted by: Colin Smith
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Today is Thanksgiving so I wanted to wish you all a happy and safe Thanksgiving. I am sure that you have plenty to be thankful for as do I. Here are just a few things that I am very thankful for.

1. My Wife – We have been married for over 14 years now and not many people thought we would last since we were married so young. But she is still the light of my life and I enjoy spending time with her more than anything else in the world.

2. Child on the way – I am very excited that we will be having our first child later this year and again I am thankful to my wife for taking this challenge on with me. So far (knock on wood) the pregnancy has gone great and I hope that we can get through it to a healthy baby.

3. Health – Both my wife and I and our families are lucky and have our health. I know that this is something that many people just say but for me it is true, with a baby on the way it is extra important.

4. Work – I am thankful that both my wife and I are employed and we both enjoy our work. As you know I am a DBA for a international company and the company is doing very well. This is something that I was not able to say at my previous employer. The media business is tough these days so I am thankful I found a good position with a solid company that has a great outlook. My wife is an accountant for a large national company that is also doing well so we are very thankful for that.

So that is a few of the things that I am most thankful for. I hope you can think of some and let the people around you that make those things possible know that you appreciate them. Also be safe, eat a lot, and enjoy the weekend.

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