As the year begins to end, we can’t help but reflect on the highs and lows of the past year. Thinking back on the last eleven months, we admit it hasn’t exactly been easy. November is the month of Thanksgiving, and it’s a holiday devoted to expressing gratitude and giving thanks. It’s a moment of reflection. A time to think of the people, experiences, and achievements for which we are most grateful.
At The Wagley Group, we have been blessed as a team, and we ask you to join us in sharing our gratitude. As anxious as we are to leave 2020 behind, before we set our sights on the new year, let’s pause and remember to be grateful. A little bit of gratitude can go a long way.
“Paul and I are so thankful for our family and that we were all together in one place. God has blessed us with 3 wonderful sons, a beautiful daughter in love and 2 perfect grandbabies.”- The Noce Team
“I’m thankful for the opportunity to spend quality time with my son. Just recently I was able to help my son harvest his first buck! These memories are something I will always be grateful for!”
–D. Gene Merillat
“I am most thankful this year for my family and the extra time we were able to spend together! I have been so grateful to work for such a family-oriented company that has allowed me to work from home when needed through the pandemic. Our team has been great with adapting to the changes along the way and are such an amazing group to work with!”- Kary Luck
“In this year of sheltering inside, there are many reasons why I am thankful. Time is a gift. Time to get chores accomplished. Time to admire the gardens and enjoy the fruits (and veggies) of my husband’s labor! Time to catch up with family and friends by text, zoom, or a phone call. Time to read and study. Technology is a gift-giving us the ability to reach other people while sheltering. Ability to work from home and still stay current with the market and our office support. I am thankful for our family, my church family, and all the friends I work with at the Wagley Group.” – Carolin Pyzik
“This Thanksgiving I am thankful for family, friends, and making new connections through my community. I’m grateful for the people and families I have met through real estate ventures and for being able to feel a successful client bond. It is a reciprocating feeling of joy when your client is happy with you as well as their purchase. In conclusion, my favorite part of thanksgiving is being able to hang with family and converse over football, and eating pumpkin pie!”- Gavin Doyle
“As I stop to reflect on 2020 and what I am thankful for this year, many things come to mind. It has been a very strange year for all of us. I have spent most of it home alone. But I am so thankful that even though I am home alone, I have many friends who check on me often and make sure I am all right. I am thankful that I walked away from a very serious auto accident with only a broken arm. And again I had friends to help me get things done. I am thankful for my health, my home, my real estate customers, and my fur babies who are a constant source of comfort. God has been good to me this year – as always!”
– Jan Graves
“Becky and I are grateful for many things. Our family, our health, our growing faith, The Wagley Group Realtors and staff, the community in which we live, and our wonderful past, present, and future clients. Even though this COVID-19 pandemic has been a stressful time for everyone, God continues to bless our efforts and we remain continually amazed at how the Lord works everything for our good, even with the difficult things in life. So, from our entire office and personally from us, we wish everyone a safe and healthy Thanksgiving and best wishes as we head toward Christmas, Hanukkah, and the New Year!”
– Joe and Becky Wagley