With another year almost in the rear-view mirror, it’s always nice to take a breath during the week of the Thanksgiving holiday. Life is busy. Business is demanding. It seems there’s always more to do than there is time to do it.

But a breath? There’s time to take a breath.

And in that breath, perhaps there’s a moment to just reset something inwardly. To contemplate. To breathe in gratitude, and to exhale some of the stresses and pressures that constantly occupy our attention.

Hopefully on Thanksgiving Day you’ll be with some of the people who matter most to you. Maybe, like most of our team, you’ll eat too much and maybe have an extra serving of your favorite Turkey Day delicacies. And maybe you’ll watch Santa roll in during the parade or yell at the football game… and hopefully not at your relatives!

Regardless of how your celebration goes, our wish for you is that you have at least a moment—a breath—during which you let true gratitude wash over you. Savor that moment, however brief it may be. For us, it’s a real awareness that even though there are always plenty of things we’d like to improve about our lives, there’s also so very much to be thankful for.

For us, we’re grateful for you.

Whether you’re a client, a business partner or associate, or one of the many people we’re privileged to share this beautiful community with, you’re part of the reason we exist as a business. It’s a privilege to be able to work alongside you and enjoy the many blessings that make the Sarasota/Bradenton area such a wonderful place to live and work. It’s an honor to have the opportunity to help solve technology problems for you and keep the technical issues out of your way so you can do what you do best. And it’s truly a blessing to be here on the Suncoast with you.

And so, in this breath, we’re thankful to God for you and for the many blessings—the ones we’re aware of, and the many we don’t always notice. May He bless you and yours. And may your Thanksgiving celebration be a reminder of the many reasons we all have to give thanks.