This Thanksgiving, the team at Edward J. Zarach & Associates would like to take this blog and use it to express our gratitude for everything our incredible team does each day to make our workplace an environment of support and kindness. We are thankful for our outstanding customers, vendors, neighbors, and friends. We are deeply grateful that we get to do this job every day and even more so that we can do it with this team.
What’s our team thankful for?
Feeling gratitude for the constants in life! With huge thanks to the family for their unwavering support, friends for the continuous joy, and coworkers for turning the workplace into a second home. Navigating customs intricacies and freight forwarding becomes a breeze with this incredible team. This Thanksgiving, let’s celebrate the pillars—family, friends, and coworkers—whose collective efforts make each day brighter and every achievement more meaningful. Here’s to the spirit of gratitude, warmth, and cherished connections this holiday season.
I am thankful to be a part of a great company like Edward J Zarach & Associates, a company that truly cares about its employees, business partners, and customers. I am also thankful to our customers who allow us to do what we do every day, their trust in our expertise, and the value we bring to their supply chain needs.
There are two things that I am grateful for this Thanksgiving. The most important thing I am thankful for is my family and friends. As we age gracefully, I am constantly reminded how important it is to surround yourself with wonderful people. Being a father and a husband, I really enjoy spending time with family, and my children and wife are the light of my life. I am very thankful that everyone is healthy, happy, and thriving in life.
As for friends, I remember a saying: Would you rather have (4) quarters or (1) dollar? This is very important as you get older. You don’t always need tons of friends; you just need that one that will always be there. I am lucky to have found that in my wife and a best friend.
Secondly, I am thankful for joining such a wonderful company with great people. It is very challenging and anxiety-ridden to leave a familiar workplace and join an unknown one. Leaping Edward J Zarach and Associates has been almost seamless. Everyone I have encountered here has been very helpful, warm, and supportive. I am VERY thankful for this.
Thankful 365 days a year for life, relatively good health, and strength enough to move about my daily activities.
With all of that, all else falls into place.
I am thankful for the first year at Edward J Zarach, thank you Allan & Ed, for the amazing opportunity and letting me be part of this Family.
Second, I am thankful for my Boston family (Paul, Jude & Matt) as I was going through a hard time this past August with my mom being sick and passing away, I can’t thank them enough for their kindness and support.
I am so grateful for all of you at Edward J Zarach! Happy Thanksgiving!
I am grateful for the following things in my life:
My health, my wife, my children, my supportive family, my mother who is still alive, loving friends, a stable job, a comfortable home, delicious food, meaningful relationships, laughter, peaceful moments, nature’s beauty, inner strength, opportunities for personal growth, music that resonates, acts of kindness, warm hugs, the ability to learn and adapt, memories that bring joy, sunrises and sunsets, the beauty of seasons, a sense of purpose, moments of solitude, challenges that lead to growth, freedom and expression, acts of forgiveness, lessons learned from mistakes, the smell of the fresh rain, supportive mentors, travel experiences, cozy blankets, positive role models, the sound of waves crashing, acts of generosity, a good night’s sleep, the feeling of accomplishment, inventions that make life easier, access to the internet, a hot cup of coffee or tea, access to transportation, beautiful architecture, a good sense of humor, unconditional love for my pet dog, the kindness of strangers, the joy of giving, access to clean air, moments of inspiration, a sense of belonging, acts of gratitude, personal achievements, and finally, new experiences.
This year, I am thankful for the many memories I have made with family and friends.
I am thankful my mom is doing well and still knows who I am. Thankful that my husband
and I celebrated 35 years of marriage this year. I am thankful our sons are doing well and are happy. I am grateful to be working and to like where I am working…even sitting next to Joe.
I am MOST THANKFUL for becoming a GRANDMA this year. My grandson, Rowan, is definitely our family’s bright spot! He is such a joy to love and watch grow!
I have nothing much to write, but we all know how much more than words are needed to describe being grateful and thankful. I would like to say I am thankful for my family and friends and for a great company that supports us through everything we have been through.
And thankful to myself for the ability to stay healthy and motivated.
Thank you, Louie
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