Happy November Family and Friends,
As I was putting my thoughts together for this month's newsletter I was overwhelmed by the
Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre. As a person of faith I've always looked at a religious structure as a sacred and
safe place. This overwhelming feeling I have questions how safe we truly are. I challenged myself to dig a little deeper. I dedicated the past few days looking into the victim's lives that they left behind. Each victim left a legacy of hope and faith to their spouses, children, grandchildren and even great-grandchildren. They lived their lives with love and purpose. Although I can't truly understand the hate that exists in this world, I am working on opening my eyes to new life. I admit that there are days that I rush and am not living in the present. Catastrophic events like this massacre remind me to live a full life with purpose. Consequently, my faith gets stronger and I am
This month we celebrate Thanksgiving. I've celebrated a lot of holidays with the notion of making a tremendous amount of food for my family. This year I want to be thankful for faith. I want to be thankful for those who come together to spread their faith and beliefs no matter what denomination they identify with.
In November we also observe and thank the brave men and women who have served our country on Veterans Day.
Lastly, I am thankful for Daylight Savings to end. Enjoy life's little pleasures and sleep in on Sunday.
We hope to see you soon.