Happy Thanksgiving!

I have always enjoyed Thanksgiving, spending the day with family and friends, watching football and, of course, eating a delicious meal of turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. At the end of the day, we would all be so thankful for the ability to spend the holiday together and looked forward to doing so again the following year.

But here we are now in 2020, the year of a worldwide pandemic, living life in a “new normal”. This year’s Thanksgiving will still have delicious food, and hopefully football, but will be shared with just our immediate family and perhaps a limited number of guests. Celebrating Thanksgiving in the “new normal” will not prevent us for being thankful for all the things that are important to us.

Our Firm, Hymson Goldstein Pantiliat & Lohr, is thankful for being able to navigate through the pandemic that has affected every aspect of our personal and professional lives. We have been able to continue operating remotely and providing the type of service that our clients and colleagues have grown accustomed to. Actually, we have been operating “remotely” for a number of years with our satellite office in New York and staff located out of state, so the “new normal” felt a lot more “normal” to us in that regard.

Going through this pandemic together has only strengthened the bonds and relationships amongst ourselves, our friends and our clients. We have all adapted to the “new normal” together and tried to help each other and be as accommodating as possible, knowing that everyone is coping the best they can. And for that, we are thankful.

On a personal note, I am thankful that our family was able to overcome some health issues and still be able to celebrate our daughter’s Bat Mitzvah and our son Ari’s wedding.

I want to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Holidays. May we all get through this “new normal” safely.

Written by Attorney Eddie A. Pantiliat, eap@hgplaw.com

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