Nov 25, 2016
The time flies between each of the holidays. It is a time to
reflect on the years so far and catch up.
The magical time of year begins with Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas then finally New Year’s Eve.
Halloween is a time to see
Happy Children out trick or treating.
Randal and I go to the local Mall, sit at the Food Court and watch babies, toddlers, and bigger kids enjoy the night of Trick or Treating. Fantastic to see parents dressed up and having as much fun as the kids.
Thanksgiving is when we give Thanks for being an American.
Taking a moment to think back to the challenges for the Pilgrims coming to America. They decided to make the journey with no guarantee of success. To build homes, plant crops, take care of animals. Then later everyone who decided to move West by wagon train, horse or on foot. I am Grateful For Them! I think about my Grandparents, my Great Grandparents (and Randal’s). What was life like when they were children? Where did they come from and how did they get to where they were?
The family’s oral history
seems so inadequate. My father shared so much, but
now it seems like so little. Be glad for the simple things we take
for granted. Going to the grocery store, deli, restaurant for
dinner. Living indoors with electricity and indoor plumbing,
a car to drive, a bridge to cross the water or a ferry.
Modern Times. I am all for living in the city with the gas station and grocery store just down the street. Appreciate reliable electricity with Tree Contractors trimming powerlines year around to help prevent outages. Grateful for the Lineman who repair power lines when there is a storm, so we have electricity.
Thank You Contractors for
going so I can stay home safe.
Thank you to the road crews, police, fireman, lineman, tree crews, plumbers and electricians who go out when the news says “Stay Home” and to all the other Contractors and Emergency Services I have not mentioned.
Christmas is the time of Good Cheer.
Seeing Lights and smiling children dressed up for pictures with Santa at the nearest shopping mall. Faith that as the year ends; that the New Year will be a better happier, more peaceful time.
Everyone who goes to Times Square and other places around the country and the world to wish in the New Year. The countdown to the New Year is a joy for everyone who participates. It is ringing in the New Year, New Beginning, New Hope and for some the time to make a Fresh Start.
Contractors Make Our Lives Better
Contractors build and maintain the things that make our lives better. They build the factories for the factory workers to work in. The Rancher and Farmer whom you don’t think about being a contractor.
The Rancher and Farmer build and repair buildings, fences and maintain the equipment. Learn to be a Jack of All Trades, raise crops and animals and battle the elements. Heat, Wind, Rain, Snow and Forest Fires, or Grass Fires – they see it first. The more remote their location, the more diverse the skills.
Why are they so special to me? My Grandfathers – One of Each, One Rancher, and One Farmer. In the city – Most of us only see a piece of their lives at The Fair in the comfort of a well-lit, heated barn with animals behind fences or gates. The Rodeo is entertainment where the Cowboy show off the skills learned in “real life” with real life consequences. At the Farmers Market, we tend not to think about what it takes to grow the food we eat. Especially not a lot of thought when looking at prepackaged meat in tidy rows in the grocery store.
Safe driving this Thanksgiving Weekend.
It’s about friends and family. The ones we are celebrating with, those to whom we are not; and finally to those who are with us in spirit only. Most of us (no matter what our age is) watch the Charlie Brown specials with fond memories. Best Wishes To All.
I trust this podcast helps you understand that outsourcing your contractors bookkeeping services to us is about more than just “doing the bookkeeping”; it is about taking holistic approach to your entire construction company and helping support you as a contractor and as a person.
We understand the good, bad and the ugly about owning and operating construction companies because we have had several of them and we sincerely care about you and your construction company!
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Randal DeHart | Contractors Accountant
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