Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and across America families will gather for food and fellowship in the spirit of gratitude for the many blessings bestowed upon us. This year, I have a lot to be thankful for.
My beautiful wife Dan and I have been married for almost two years. Our baby boy, Timothy, was born last March, and is happy and healthy. My law practice has grown by leaps and bounds in the almost two years since I opened my Danvers office.
I am also conscious of the fact that many families are struggling this holiday season, financially, personally, and spiritually. These are difficult times, and as we saw with Hurricane Sandy a few weeks ago, a life of abundance can be swept away in an instant. And while our response to tragedy highlights our character, our preparation for the unexpected often goes unsung.
So this holiday season, I am also grateful for the opportunity to have helped so many to protect their families, preserve their values, and ensure a smooth transition for their loved ones, whether they are struck by tragedy, or pass calmly into the night at a ripe-old-age many years from now.
God is Good.