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RSPR reflects: What are we thankful for?

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While you may have a few grievances to file with 2017 as we embark on this end of the year, it’s important to take a minute this Thanksgiving to reflect on the good there is left in the world. Whether it’s the gift of laughter, a warm home or having a few good friends you can rely on, it’s more important than ever to take a minute and appreciate those things because they could all be gone in an instant. Below is a list of what the RSPR staff is thankful for this year!

 

“I am thankful for my two beautiful, healthy and energetic children. It sounds trite, but their health and happiness means the world to me.” – Maria Nelson, agency director

 

“I’m thankful for becoming a part of the Red Shoes PR team this year. Since making the career shift from news to public relations I’ve learned a lot, been a part of some really big and successful projects and met awesome people along the way. I can’t wait to continue to grow as a member of the RSPR team!” – Raquel Lamal, content associate

 

“I am thankful to be surrounded by family and friends that are uplifting and honest and enjoy laughter as much as I do.” – Danielle Scidmore, account associate

 

“I’m thankful that we have a day where everyone pauses to reflect on their lives, find the good, and share the wealth. Imagine if we all did that, every day.” – Debbie Stephens, agency coordinator

 

“Above all else, I’m thankful for my sweet babies, hubby, family members and a solid group of lifelong friends. I’m also thankful to spend my work week with a talented group of women who are incredibly supportive of one another and who all agree that given enough coffee, we could rule the world.” – Meagan Hardwick, account supervisor

 

“I am thankful for my amazing family, strong friendships and the many blessings in my life.” – Carol Ladish, business manager

 

“This year, I’m thankful for time – time with friends, time with family, time to make an impact on the world. There is no greater gift than time and that is too often overlooked.” – Sam Strong, content specialist

 

 

 

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