With the New Year approaching, it is always a reminder for us to pause and take stock of what we have to be thankful for.
Each year brings new relationships, friendships, accomplishments and memories. Many of which will extend into the coming years in our community. At Swizzle, we feel its important to pause and reflect so we can absorb these gifts we’ve been given. We also feel it’s important to express to our friends, families and our community, that we could not have made this year special without you.
To our Community, we thank you for your support and for allowing Swizzle to be part of your activities, special events and fundraisers.
We love where we live, and we truly love being a part of it all. The creative and collaborative processes are what keeps us on our toes. You challenge us to stay innovative and sometimes thinking way outside of the box to find solutions for your needs. We thank you for calling on and trusting us to get the job done.
To our Friends and Family, we thank you for your love and support.
Thank you for being with us through our successes, celebrating with us, and sometimes crying with us. We are grateful for your dedication to us, and to the work we do at Swizzle. We are sure you already know you are part of our team as well.
To our Swizzle dog family, we have many reasons to be thankful for you too.
You bring us joy and companionship, provide comfort, enthusiasm and unconditional love. We love being able to have you in the office with us. This year we lost our biggest Swizzle Mascot, our favorite apparel model, and our best friend Ranger. Ranger, we miss you dearly and are especially thankful for all the years you shared with us.
As we move into 2024, we are excited about new opportunities, new friendships, new challenges and creating more new memories.
We anticipate a year filled with love, laughter and joy. We look forward to the what the year may bring, and hope to participate in everything our amazing community has to offer.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you from Swizzle.
This article was written by
Swizzle staff contributor
Dr. Monique Stanfield, Psy.D.