November is a month of thanks. On social media, you will find individuals committing to 30 days of thankfulness. A great way to motivate positive thinking throughout the month.
During November, we have Veterans Day and Thanksgiving Day. Both are fantastic moments to reflect not only on courageous veterans, but on the year itself.
Lighthouse Contracting Group strives to create a community of personal growth. Gratitude is a key element of our work culture.
“I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.” —Gilbert K. Chesterton
This month, we asked each LCG team member to share what they are thankful for in 2020. May these quotes inspire you and encourage you.
“I am thankful for a healthy family, two little girls with perfectly functioning lungs!! This has been an interesting year for sure, but I like to try to find the bright side in things and I will say with life slowing down due to the current circumstances I have been able to spend more time with my family, which has been very nice. Amelia and I built a tree fort this summer, we had a blast doing that together. I’m really excited to see the Christmas spirit in my soon-to-be 3 year old!”
– Jeremy Doucet, Owner
“2020 was a hard year for just about everyone. This year, one of the things I’m most thankful for is an amazing support group of men that I have reunited with. Long time friends, that for whatever reason, have not been able to meet for some time. We keep each other accountable and encouraged. Sometimes, daily. Which, has been amazing for personal growth. This group of men, I share life with and receive valuable advice and mentorship.”
– Bill Wood, Lead Carpenter
“I am thankful for being healthy and capable of working after a few bad kicks I’ve had. Also, for the great people I get to work with every day. For being able to have the truck I have at age 18. Lastly, I am surrounded by a bunch of great people in my life.”
– Jason Chilvers, Journeyman Carpenter
“This has been a bizarre year for everyone. I am thankful for my group of friends. In a time when we are all supposed to be “separated” more than ever, it is amazing how supportive and encouraging everyone is.”
– Cody MacPherson, Lead Carpenter In Training
“Selling our home and moving to New Hampshire in the middle of a pandemic was not what my family planned for 2020. However, it came with so many blessings…a new job with Lighthouse, proximity to my family, rekindled friendships, and a fresh start in my home state. I am overwhelmed with gratitude for all the good that has come my way this year.”