The month of November is the perfect time to pause and give thanks. It is known as the month of gratitude. Of course, we also celebrate a favorite holiday at the end of the month centered on giving thanks.
It has been a tough year for many, but there is still so much to be thankful for. Sometimes you just have to pause and look around to remind yourself of the good. At Waldron Carpentry, we don’t want to let this month pass us by without taking a moment to share our gratitude.
A few things we are thankful for this season and all year long:
Construction was deemed essential work during the COVID-19 pandemic
Individuals and businesses alike have suffered great losses this year due to shutdowns resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, construction is considered essential work so we have been able to continue our work and employ our workers.
The crew’s health and safety
We are thankful that our crew has remained healthy and safe despite working during a pandemic. We are thankful not only for health in the face of a virus but also for safety from injury and accident. We work hard to keep our crew safe at all times, and we do not take their well being lightly.
Our subcontractors, partners, and vendors
We are extremely thankful to all of the individuals, crews, and businesses we get to work with on a daily basis. We couldn’t do what we do without you. It is a privilege to work on each and every project and to link arms with other professionals to complete a job well done.
Our family and our faith
We would be remiss not to mention the two driving forces behind our company: our family and our faith. Everything we do is for the love of our family and our Savior. We never take for granted the support and sacrifice of our loved ones, nor God’s protection and provision.
Last but not least, we are thankful for our freedom. We are thankful for the great country that we call home. May we never forget how lucky we are to be Americans. It is a privilege to serve God, love our families, and work freely.
We encourage you to take a moment and do the same. Make a list of a few things you are thankful for this holiday season and share it with your coworkers, friends, and/or loved ones. Life is short. Make sure your loved ones know how grateful you are for them!