Over the past few years we’ve written many Thanksgiving blogs outlining what we’re thankful for, thanking the men and women who serve in the armed forces, enumerating the benefits of moving over the Thanksgiving holiday, and providing tips on making your new house feel like home at Thanksgiving. In 2015 we are doing things a bit differently. We want to share with you what our herd members are most thankful for this year.
What are you most thankful for this year?
The health of my wife and three kids! – Lloyd
The thing I am most thankful for this year, was seeing my parents for the first time in over three years. – Todd
I am most thankful for having my entire family living near and being able to spend so much time with them. As life happens and families relocate it is easy to become distant. This has been a year where everyone lived close and I have gotten to spend a lot of time with everyone. – Derik
My family, good health, our freedom. – Chris
First and foremost, I am a Christian man and a family man. So I am very thankful for those relationships in my life. Besides those I would have to say Square Cow Moovers. I have had the opportunity to join a family based company that truly cares about their employees and gives you the tools necessary to succeed. I have recently been promoted and I am very thankful for the opportunity and the company I get to be a part of. – John
I am thankful for my family and friends. – Nic
I am thankful for the team I work with. They are high in character and excellence is their minimum standard. – Wade
I am most thankful for a healthy family. We have 3 young kids (Shepherd 4, Jubilee 2, and Israelle was born in June this year). Our family is healthy and happy and we give glory to God for it. There is nothing that excited my wife and I more than seeing our kids together, healthy and smiling. We also are blessed to see our 2 older kids growing in their walk with God and thriving at our church. – Ken
When asked this question, our herd members had diverse answers. However, there were several common themes among the responses: family, faith, health, work and community. Belonging to a community, whether that community is a family, group of friends, faith-based or even the Square Cow community allows us to acknowledge what we have and appreciate the people that surround us! Thank you for being a part of our community and helping us make Square Cow Movers a great herd to be a part of. We value our families, colleagues and friends. Hopefully, this shows through our actions and priorities.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!