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Q: How did Thanksgiving go?
A: Well, it’s still going on and it hasn’t been an easy one. Mother Nature threw us somenew curveballs. A little unseasonal weather caused a few crop delays which, trust me,of all the holiday’s, Thanksgiving is the worst to miss a crop or two.
Q: Why is it the worst? A: Well not only did we disappoint clients on certain sku’s but yellow isn’t themost popular color in December and I don’t have to tell you what that means.
Q: Ok, back to the to the topic. What are you thankful for?
A: So many things for the team and I to be thankful for and we’ll get into that morelater. Right now I’d like to thank our awesome clients for being flexible with recipes andunderstanding when their orders were effected. Together, you helped us get throughthis momentary inconvenience. We’re already putting more contingencies into placeto hedge against this happening again.
Q: Sounds like a rough one, but glad you’re getting better forthe experience. Time for the annual Team Thankfuls?
A: You know it…Here are a few team members chiming in on what they are thankful for:From Jason:Next week Anne turns 18. Many of you remember when she was born. I’m thankful thatshe has made being a Dad so easy on me. She’s kind, respectful, responsible, and funto be around. As she gets ready to enter into her last semester of her senior year, Irealize more and more how much I’m going to miss her when she goes off to college.Anne Levin
I'm really grateful for my sister surviving breast cancer! And thankful forthis smiley little girl who gives bundle of joy to my whole family.Malou and healthy sister Vangie.
Granddaughter Sloane smiles from the stroller.
I am thankful for my babies, our health, family, friends and another year of memories!Son Manny, Jennifer and son Evan making memories together.
I am thankful and grateful for all the blessings in my life. This year, I am most thankful for the
blessing of being able to celebrate my brother Tomas’ birthday this past Sunday.
Brother Tomas, Delia and father Bertin celebrate a very special birthday.
I am thankful for the generations of men in our family who “prep” the turkey on Thanksgiving morning so the ladies can sleep in.
Jenny’s son JJ and her father, Jack.
Getting the turkey ready for the oven.
Sunday afternoons with a good book and a glass of wine, chilly nights, belly laughs, wonderful friends and an amazing husband.
Joan and Phil.