This humble writer is of the mind that around Thanksgiving we as Americans are often at our best, in being intentional in celebrating what we are thankful for – in fact, regularly practicing gratitude has been shown to have countless benefits to our health, happiness, and more, as shown in this great Happier Human piece! But I digress…
Covid has, to both oversimplify and put it bluntly, stunk. So many of us now understand, far more acutely than ever before, how trying it can be to be isolated from loved ones, coworkers, human contact in general. But this has also served to shine a light on just how important these relationships are, and given many of us a renewed appreciation for the times we are able to be together.
While the Abrams Landau team has been predominantly remote since the onset of the pandemic, we have recently been easing back in to more of a physical presence. Last week was particularly special, as *nearly* the whole team (we missed you Kristin and Lisa B!) was able to spend a day together at our office. While walking through our uniquely homey office, it felt a touch surreal to see each desk occupied with a real-life, walking talking person. And of course we capped it off with a small celebration of Lisa G’s birthday.
This year we are particularly thankful for the time spent together, both virtually and for those moments where we can be together again for work, lunch, and just a greater sense of normalcy. We are thankful for the opportunity to successfully represent so many neighbors who have been injured or disabled. And as always, we are thankful for you, the extended Abrams Landau family.
Wishing all a happy, healthy, safe, and joyous Thanksgiving, wherever you may be,
The Abrams Landau Team