Reenactment of the EnergyLogic Team during my benefits presentation last year.
It’s that time of year for the birthing of Thanksgiving blogglings, giving thanks to every employee, employer, client, reader, parent, child, babysitter, brand of tequila, and famous pretend love interest (I heart you, Dr. Doug Ross). I can’t help but jump on that ship. My apologies if this is too personal, but I’m guessing nobody reads blogs on Thanksgiving, so I’m going for it. Here we go.
Thank you, EnergyLogic. You are a fabulous place to work. You’re flexible, dependable, growing and quite fun at times. I’m lucky to be a part of the family who shares it, truly. And I’m not just sucking up to the bosses either!
Thanks to everyone at EnergyLogic who has supported me in this shared social media, marketing, and benefits adventure. The learning curve has certainly challenged my batting average of excellence in the workplace, but my numbers are picking up. Thank you for your faith in me.
Thank you to the owners and managers of EnergyLogic who thought I would be great at this. My current employment position is truly the fruit of being in the right office at the right time, sprinkled with the fact that I show up every day and I talk too much. Thanks.
The EnergyLogic Scheduling Team
Thank you to the EnergyLogic scheduling team who allows me to pilfer their chocolate reserves on a regular basis without asking me when I’m going to contribute to the ‘chocolate fund jar.’ I’m aware that I have eaten approximately $56.00 in chocolate this year and I’ve only contributed $3.00. I swear to you all I will step up my game. I swear. And thank you.
Thank you to the entire staff of EnergyLogic who allow me to fly my “organize everything” freak flag as high as I want. It’s a beautiful and well organized flag. I wave it proudly and most efficiently. I also appreciate the drop in sarcastic comments to more of the ‘rolling of the eyes’ attitude from everyone when I have one of my organizational fits. My deepest thanks. Now please get your dead or dying crap out of the fridge. I love you all. Thank you.
Thank you to my beautiful Pyrenees, Bear, who accompanies me to work most days. He makes my arrivals to work each morning a joyous occasion. I feel as though each of my coworkers’ lavish hello’s is a treat for me as well. Thank you for being so handsome, Bear. I wish I loved you more as a dirty gross dog because your grooming is painfully expensive. But, thank you anyway.
Thank you to my direct supervisor and COO Will, for the occasional pat’s on the back. It’s all I need to feel great on any given day. I also thank him for recognizing my need of emails as reminders of things I need to do. My aging brain no longer remembers every little detail, and I feel as though written lists are an admission of defeat. Thank you, Will.
Thank you to our Controller, Janet, for freeing me from accounting. I wonder if I ever belonged in that meticulous and precise profession, although it seemed like a never ending puzzle and I thought I was pretty good at it when I really wasn’t. In the end, there is just no good outlet for jokes in accounting. And blogging about it… don’t get me started. Thank you, Janet.
Thank you, Kelly from GrafikNature Design, Jen from WebsitesByJen, and ‘Amazing Steve’ the leader of EnergyLogic’s Circus Division, for holding my hand through pretty much every aspect of everything to this point. Your patience is ever present and appreciated. No jokes here.
Thank you customers, clients, builders and students of EnergyLogic. We would be nothing without you. Literally.
There is always something new to be thankful about at EnergyLogic, which is another thing I’m thankful for.
Enjoy your Thanksgivings, Everyone!