Greetings and Happy Thanksgiving to You and Your Family
MedDevCoach believes Thanksgiving is a special time—an opportunity for us to give thanks; to express our deepest gratitude for our family, friends and our valued clients.
We also want to thank the Red Sox for their outstanding showmanship this season. Congratulations on being World Champs once again! They really played well, and we saw some amazing games—especially in the World Series. I am curious to know how many people stayed up to 3 a.m. during Game 3 (I know that I wasn’t alone). It was too bad we lost that game; however, we came back with even more energy and showed people what the Red Sox were made of. They had a lot of grit.
I also want to take a moment to thank God for the miraculous work that Dr. del Nido did on John Robert on August 29th, and for his quick recovery. He’s doing great, and he’s now participating in gym and all of his extracurricular activities (tap, jazz, drama, Boy Scouts, altar boy).
John Robert is truly doing outstandingly well. Thank you! I mean this sincerely from the bottom of my heart. He has made a smooth transition to his new school, Learning Prep. He likes his teachers, the students, and even the subjects.
One of his classes is Performing Arts; I think that’s his favorite subject. He still participates in a local drama club and was just in the play Cinderella this past weekend. It featured him and another boy playing the two wicked step-sisters. They were hysterically funny, and they milked the applause.
And now is my time to say thank you to all of you who continue to keep my son in your thoughts and prayers. Take a few minutes to think about what you are most thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families.
With gratitude and best wishes,
Lisa Sasso, Executive Coach & Motivational Speaker