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my family, my friends, my eyes to see and my ears to hear. I’m so
thankful for 20 years of prosperity with Golden Horizons. Our
clients and caregivers have become like family.” ~ Lisa
“I love November! Thanksgiving is my absolute favorite holiday!
I have so much to be thankful for. Mostly I am thankful for my
family and friends, the delicious turkey my mom cooks each
Thanksgiving, for my health, my home, and for the wonderful
caregivers and clients that I get to work with everyday.” ~ Megan
“I'm thankful for life and the energy that God gave me to take
care of others.” ~ Anita
“These are the worst of times and the best of times. I long for the
best. In spite of the conditions, there are many, many good
samaritans.” ~ Mr. W.
“I'm thankful for my health.” ~ Lynn
“I'm so thankful for life.” ~ Karleen
“I'm most thankful for my daughters and friends.” ~ Rose
“I'm most thankful for my family.” ~ Lynnie
”I am so thankful for a life full of blessings and gifts that God is
continuously showering me with. The short list would include
my faith, my loving husband, two wonderful sons, my pets, and
my job. I am thankful to rise every day and use my gifts to
improve the days of others.” ~ Sarah
“I’m thankful for my kids. They’re good and I love them.” ~ Kathy
“I'm thankful for so many things... my twin brother's family and
my Golden Horizon's family. I'm grateful to be alive and enjoy
the four season. I'm very grateful for the clients that I have and
care deeply for.” ~ Diane
“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.” ~ Jan
“I'm so thankful for being alive. God is in control and I am
thankful for waking up every single day.” ~ Mariam
“I am thankful for the amazing community of people who have
supported my family this past year.” ~ Amanda
“I’m thankful for breath in my lungs, faith in my heart and
family and friends to do life with.” ~ Caitlin
“I'm thankful for my health and being able to help others
because I'm healthy.” ~ Christine
“I'm thankful for having fairly good health; for knowing all of you
[GHEC Staff] for so many years and working for you.” ~ Rosslyn
“I have a lot to be thankful for, I'm most thankful for my
health so I can help others.” ~ Jacqueline
“We have been most grateful to Golden Horizons for the
wonderful service you provided for my husband when he was no
longer able to drive, but still had a yearning to pursue his many
interests. To continue, your drivers were always very friendly and
reliable, well-versed in the itinerary for the day, along with back
up plans for alternative routing should the need arise. Thank you,
Golden Horizons, for making the outings of his later years so
pleasant and memorable.” ~ Most Sincerely, The Frank Family
Alphy joined the Golden Horizons team last October. He is the text book definition of "one of a kind." His cheerful personality is as big as he is tall. His joyful spirit comes through in his words and actions and he makes everyone he comes into contact with smile, even on their gloomiest day. He is a devoted caregiver with a kind and caring soul. We are fortunate to have him on our team. Congratulations Alphy!
Campbell's Turkey Divan Casserole
1 lb fresh broccoli cut up, 1 1/2 c cut up cooked turkey, 1 can Campbell's broccoli cheddar soup, 1/3 cup milk, 1/2 cup shredded cheddar
Directions: Arrange chicken and broccoli in shallow 2 quart casserole. Mix soup and milk, pour over all. Sprinkle with cheddar. Bake at 400 degrees for 25 minutes or until bubbly hot. Serve over rice or with mashed potatoes.
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gratitude research, Dr. Robert Emmons, Ph.D., of the University of California, the following has been found:
- Gratitude improves physical health.
- Gratitude improves psychological health.
- Gratitude enhances self-esteem.
- Gratitude improves energy levels.
- Gratitude reduces stress.
- Gratitude improves sleep quality.
- Gratitude enhances empathy.
- Gratitude decreases aggression.
- Gratitude promotes better exercise habits.
- Gratitude promotes better productivity.
- Gratitude promotes progress toward personal goals.
- Gratitude creates opportunities for better relationships.
When people are grateful, we see benefits individually, corporately, in business and in nations. The question is, how can we practice being more grateful? Studies found that those who practiced prayer and meditation tended to be more grateful. Other ways: write a thank you note, take a moment and mentally count your blessings and acknowledge what you’re thankful for, keep a gratitude journal. This November, take a moment to express for what and for whom you are thankful.
- “In Praise of Gratitude”, Harvard Health Publications,
- “7 Scientifically Proven Benefits Of Gratitude That Will Motivate You To Give Thanks Year-Round”, 11/23./14; Amy Morin, www.forbes.com
- Emmons Lab, emmons.faculty.ucdavis.edu
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