Being Grateful in a Not-So-Great Year

Happy Thanksgiving 2020 from Rosemont Media

This year has certainly brought about a lot of change, and has been incredibly difficult for so many. In times of crisis, it can be tough to find things to be thankful for, but appreciating the things we have can help us get through it all. At Rosemont Media, we are grateful for our wonderful clients and all-star staff — the trust of our clients, in addition to the hard work and dedication of our team, has gotten us through 2020. Below, we’re sharing more things we are thankful for this year, as well as how we’re celebrating a bit differently during a pandemic:

“I am thankful for all of the good things in my life, including the health and well-being of my family and friends! I am looking forward to an intimate Thanksgiving this year with Courtney and the kids! Godspeed us into 2021 as brighter days are ahead!”Keith

“Despite the unique challenges of 2020, there are so many silver linings to appreciate. Virtual school with two young kids by my side while maintaining a full-time schedule at RM hasn’t been easy, but I am so thankful for the opportunity to slow down a bit and appreciate all the little things that may have otherwise passed me by.” Courtney

“Although my husband and I won’t be hosting as many guests as we normally do (and will certainly miss having our family here with us), I am grateful that we will be able to provide a nice Thanksgiving meal for a couple people who have nowhere to go for the holiday. I am also incredibly thankful for my husband, who has helped me clear off the back patio and build a new outdoor dining set for our change of scenery this year. Last, but not least, I am thankful for the things that have been keeping me sane this year: my dogs, my husband (again lol), therapy, Muay Thai, virtual game nights with friends, and a job that has allowed me to work from home during the craziness of the pandemic.”Cassie

“In 2020, I’m thankful for the good health of loved ones, the ability to work remotely in a steady job, a roof over my head, and a brighter future ahead. ✨”Erin

“I am so thankful that I joined the RM family, moved back to sunny San Diego, and got a new puppy that keeps me company while I work from home!”Chelsea

“I am thankful for my family and friends because despite the hardships of life, they always make it worth living!”Carrington

“Above all, I’m thankful that my family and friends are in good health — but also, for having a roommate (i.e., husband) that I like, connecting with friends via virtual game nights, being able to work remotely with ease, and already enjoying the homebody lifestyle.”Katie

“2020’s been a tough one, but I still have so much to be thankful for:

Finally, I am thankful to be in a place where I can be hopeful for 2021. Cheers!”Megan

“I’m thankful for: toilet paper & paper towels, basic science, DoorDash food delivery, Twitter fact checking, surprise donuts, not paying for gas, golf being covid-proof, online shopping, and the pure joy that my dog brings to our lives on a daily basis.”John F.

“I am incredibly thankful for my wife and son—and the daily joy they bring to my life.”John L.

“We will be having a chilly out-door patio Thanksgiving with BBQ’d Cornish hens! Grateful my small immediate family can be together and that we are all healthy. 🙂 Also…everyone in my family is getting covid tested before we get together!”Merylee

“In no particular order, I am thankful for:

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