Life as thank you 25
I know that neither of us like goodbyes and in a real sense this is not a goodbye, but it is the end – again – of us working together. Â One of my resolutions this year is to write an old school thank you note each week to let people know how grateful I am that they are in my life.
I consider one of my greatest privileges in my job is the joy of calling you my friend and colleague. Â I am thankful for you and the unique qualities you bring to work and to each relationship every day. I love your laugh, your outlook, and your encouraging and kind heart. Thank you for being a good listener and for laughing at my odd humor. Â I declare 6/16 to be Carp Day! Thank you for the example you set and your friendship with Clayton.
I pray that your winsome faith continues to draw others into the kingdom and I will be watching out for you and Erin, cheering you on from my corner of the world. Â MayÂ God give you the desire of your heart and may all your plans succeed (Ps 20:4)