In keeping with our tradition from previous years, our netlogx team members have shared what they are grateful for this Thanksgiving:
Grateful for the simple, perfect stillness that can be found in any moment.
Grateful for the moments just before you laugh out loud.
Grateful for a long stretch after a day’s hard work.
Grateful for the cold on my face and the sun in my eyes.
Grateful to be able to understand the difference between then and now.
Grateful for being.
Grateful. – Audrey Taylor
I am grateful to all the netlogx team and netlogx champions who stood by us this year. – Nick Taylor
I am thankful to have wonderful family, friends, and co-workers to share the time and holidays with. – Joel Gutzki
I am thankful for friends, family, and all the great projects I’ve had the opportunity to work on over the last year. – Tyler Fosnaugh
I’m thankful to be healthy enough to be active with my family, enjoying warm days outside in the sunshine and chilly days inside by the fireplace. – Kristina O’Neil
I am thankful for the opportunity to serve with an organization that provides me with the liberty of doing the right things for the right reasons and to profess the important principles of netlogx.
I am grateful to be born in this great nation. While it is far from perfect, the ideals which founded this country inspire me and give me hope for what is possible.
The blessing of my faith, family and friends….WOW!! The 3 “Fs” — what a great gift! – Nick Petrone
I am thankful for the beautiful changing seasons that makes me appreciate where I live. – Tara Morse
I am thankful for Anne as my Project Manager and Scott Moshier as my Sponsor because they gave me opportunity to be Business Analyst on USA Funds project that was above my Project Coordinator role. I am so thankful for new responsibilities and experience because it helped me learn tremendous amount.
I am thankful for Diane as my Fast Track OTL. She is really supportive and a good listener. I can talk to her about anything and I can rely on her to support us whenever needed. – Navi Kaur
I’m thankful for being reengaged with netlogx and the New Mexico MMISR Project. – Rick Wilminko
I am thankful to work for a company that values the opinions, thoughts, and concerns of their employees. – Melissa Johnson
I am thankful that I have a job, that I have two healthy children who can turn a frown upside down in one second and for a husband who is my best friend. – Stephanie Sponsel
I’m thankful this year for the health of my family and that we can all be together to celebrate Thanksgiving. – Kristen Beasley
I am thankful to be an American where I can still serve and worship God without fear of persecution or even death as several of our brothers and sisters oversees face daily (and yet continue to serve). We are truly blessed. – Denise Forsythe
I’m thankful for family, especially my husband. – Diane Walton
Getting a job with a company where I have a voice. I have been a part of a number of organizations in my career. In these companies I could not voice my opinion on any given subject. Just get the job done. In my two months at netlogx I feel more valued as a team member than I have in years.
I am grateful to help this company grow and be more profitable in the year ahead.
I am also grateful for my children, grandchildren and my awesome husband. – Sheryl Todd
I am thankful for my wonderful family and friends and the opportunity to spend time with them during the holiday season. – Sara Jones
I’m thankful for the blessing of Maia Marie Black who made me a grandfather for the first time! – Rick Koen
One thing that I am thankful for this year is that I pushed myself to come out of my comfort zone constantly by putting myself in situations I normally would not. The experience was exhilarating and it made me realize that taking risks and embracing change is very important to grow as a person. I went for tandem skydiving from 12,000 feet up from an airplane, took flying lessons, rode a 400 cc motorbike, and delivered presentations in front of large crowds. Getting published in local area magazines, and being nominated for an award were not the only highlights of my year. I also reached out to Bloomberg Philanthropy and was able to have a constructive dialogue to grow my coding group for city kids. For me “The answer is always no until you ask” has been true. Someone once told me that we have a family that we are born into and then we have our “adult family” I am glad to have an amazing “adult family” at netlogx and I could not have achieved this much without the continuous support I receive here. Looking forward to another year of learning and growth. – Javeria Masood
Coffee. Coffee. Coffee.
Vacations with family and friends.
My husband, children and family. – Elizabeth Szentes
I’m thankful for new team members, and new ways of thinking and learning together to benefit our clients. – Chris Kocsis
I am thankful for all that I have learned this year and for friends and family. – Vicki Chabot
I am thankful for a happy and healthy baby and baby’s mother this year (first child for me / first grandchild for the Montgomery family). I’m also thankful for all the help that Jim Dunn and Mike Fisher have provided at FSSA. They’ve been lifesavers and will continue to be in the future, of course. And thanks again to netlogx in general for all the support this year again! – Joe Montgomery
Wishing you all a happy Thanksgiving 2016!
Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings. -William Arthur Ward