Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Melody Beattie
Many thanks to our team members who contributed to this year’s thanksgiving blog!
As I look back over 2018, I am most thankful for the love and special memories of family and friends – Elizabeth Szentes.
I am thankful for good health, food, shelter, transportation, and clothing provided by God so that I can live out his plan for me; to serve others and help those in need, as he has shown us to do – Laura Shanahan.
I am thankful that all my kids turn a year older, are healthy and that we finally get to call Venice a Sponsel – Stephanie Sponsel.
I am thankful for the good health and happiness of my family and friends this past year – Wendy Maple.
I’m thankful for my family, friends, and coworkers’ good health, as well as the learning opportunities that netlogx has provided me. I always look forward to the future and am thankful to have people around me who help make that possible – Joel Gutzki.
There are so many things that I am grateful for, however, I would like to call out the opportunity to be part of Second Helpings in a mission that is on track to deliver 5000 meals a day! The people I work with are kindness and decency personified – Nick Taylor.
I’m thankful for my family, especially my husband, whose sense of humor gets me through a lot of situations – Diane Walton.
Thanksgiving is my favorite time of year – as a transplant to the US it was also a new holiday to me back in 1991 when I first came to Indiana. Maybe my first Thanksgiving spoiled me since I saw firsthand the openness of the US and two colleagues (now dear friends) invited me to their first Thanksgiving as a married couple. There was wonderful food, drink and rides to both collect and take me home alongside explanations of the history and traditions of the holiday. This year will be a first for Nick and I as we are celebrating the holiday alone – the boys are in the UK. Before we had our own family, we’d crafted a family by hosting international gatherings with a wide range of the transplants we knew here in Indy – the food items were wide, varied and wonderfully eclectic. Our family tradition is over food we each share one item for which we are grateful – so this year I am grateful to have two strong healthy sons who are pursuing their dream and living my parental goal of independence for them! – Audrey Taylor.
I am thankful for all the caring, loving, and supportive people in my life; including my family, colleagues, and friends – Andrew Powers.
I’m thankful for the netlogx interns and all the hard work they’ve been putting forth – Niquita Stephenson.
I am grateful for my team members who are willing to help me with things that I don’t understand or know how to do, they give me the chance to succeed and learn at the same time! – Nick McNeer.
I am thankful to have such a supportive network of peers, bosses, and management who all demonstrate outstanding attention to detail, leadership, and a genuine desire to see our project efforts succeed. I am grateful to work here at netlogx – Clayton Calvert.
I am grateful for anyone and everyone who has impacted me to grow as an individual – Abbey Szentes.
This year, I am especially thankful for family. I’ve been lucky enough to be an uncle to the most spunky little niece for the last 6 years, and I’ve just found out that I get to be an uncle 2x coming April 2019! I’m always thankful for my MI netlogx family, but my “job” as an uncle can never be beat! – Alec Mitchell.
I am thankful for all the people in my life who love and support me through thick and thin – Vicki Chabot.
I am thankful for my family and friends and the quality time we spend together over the holidays. I am also thankful for my coworkers and the opportunity to learn something new and solve interesting problems every day – Sara Jones.
This year I’m thankful for all the opportunities I’ve had at netlogx, my friends and family, and of course, coffee – Tyler Fosnaugh.
I’m thankful for the privilege of being part of netlogx – not only acquiring I.T. and security experience, but also understanding the importance of having a professional presence – Axel Santana.
I’m thankful for my wife and kids. My wife keeps my life in order and my daughters’ sharp minds and sharper tongues keep my ego in check – Jim Dunn.
I am grateful for my family and faith. Thanksgiving provides an opportunity to celebrate both – Nick Petrone.
Wishing you all a very happy Thanksgiving from all the netlogx family!