As we adjust and find our unique ways of dealing with the impact of Coronavirus on our individual circumstance, I frequently focus on all that I have to be thankful for. We are confronted daily, by global news depicting so much fear, that it can be upsetting for us all. By focussing on the things I am thankful for, it gives me the resilience to push forward.
Firstly, I am surrounded (currently in the virtual sense) by a group of wonderful people at K4. My team is not only exceptionally creative and outstanding in all they do, but they are reliable and trustworthy too - the best credentials of all. This is the time to be thankful for our longstanding, close-knit team, who are focused on getting through this pandemic, and who are pushing to still be the same strong, versatile and dedicated team on the other side. I am thankful for Steve, Emma, Adam, Sammy, Billy and Jonnie who are truly K4 through and through.
Secondly, I am thankful for our clients. At times like this, a business such as K4 would be the last thing most clients would think about, however, clients (and suppliers alike) have been in touch to check we are well, we are working and we are safe. Clients are our lifeblood, many are good friends, most have worked with us for years. We care passionately about their business, and we care about them personally. We want to provide our clients with the trusted and reliable service they deserve during this time. We still are. I am thankful for their continued support.
Finally, we aren’t stuck at home, we are safe at home.
My sanity is totally held together when surrounded by those I love. I am thankful for my husband and our four fabulous, fun loving children, who are hilarious and the most amazing company. Although we are working hard, we are enjoying this incredibly special time together. There are things that are beyond our control, however making the most of this time together will live with us all, forever. Better still, in the knowledge we are playing our part, and doing what we can to stop the spread of such a horrendous virus.
It is good to be thankful.