“I would thank you from the bottom of my heart but for you, my heart has no bottom.” ~Author Unknown
It is impossible for me to reflect upon this holiday without thinking about how grateful I am for family, friends, valued business partners and clients. Saying a mere THANK YOU for the gifts of your love, friendship, time and trust sure seems flat compared to how blessed I am to know you. I guess you’ll just have to believe me when I say that I have taken the time to say a prayer of thanksgiving as well as to offer a blessing to each and every one of you and yours this holiday season.
This year, I wish to also give special thanks to those who donated toward to my cause.
I feel so blessed to know the gracious souls (all donors and sponsors listed below) who so generously donated their hard earned money and/or talents.
Your amazing contributions meant that over $10,000 went directly toward helping the community of Moyo, Zambia become that much closer to self sustainability. Wow! I’m still speechless.
“One can pay back the loan of gold, but one dies forever in debt to those who are kind.” ~Malayan Proverb
Thank you for the amazing “missional” example you’ve set and for all your contributions in so many forms. May you and your families have a Thanksgiving blessed with all the love and grace you so generously have passed on to others this year!
Joanie & Keith Garborg
Sandy & Wally Klarkowski
Dr. Steven Moe
Molly & Todd Peterson
Hamish The Trainer
- Harrison Botzet (Freestyle Rapper and Acoustic Guitarist)
- Dianne Ferrandi and Roy Goslin (Z Wines)
- David Giancristoforo (Real Water)
- Greg Hennes (Hennes Art Company)
- Mary Lynne Johnson (A Perfect Fit – event planning)
- Andrea Kretman (for Young Moo – Seoul jewelry designer)
- Susan Moore (Sumommy’s Cookies)
- Greg Smith (GSmithImages – photography)
- John Warner (Flat Earth Brewing Company)
- The ESM Group
God bless you all,
As a part of our core values, ESM uses “the gift of influence” to do Business Unusual and this carries through everything we do. Stay tuned for future posts updating you on how “Business Unusual” was conducted in 2011.