Giving Thanks Where Thanks Are Due

It is difficult for M.O.M. to comprehend that we are rapidly approaching the end of year 2019.  To me, it just seems like yesterday that 2019 began.  Well, I guess that is what happens when you get older; it seems time passes quicker than when you were young.  You know the old saying “time flies when you’re having fun.”

November is here and Thanksgiving is right around the corner.  Too often in our society the Thanksgiving holiday is about parades, food, family, friends and football.  While M.O.M. certainly enjoys all of those things, I don’t believe it was the original intent of the holiday.  The first Thanksgiving was conducted by the original English settlers of this great nation in order to give thanks to Almighty God for a safe journey, healing of the sick, the abundant beautiful land they had found, the homes they had established, and the bounty of their harvest.

Over the past few years, M.O.M. has utilized this blog to educate about the tactics of the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM’s) and third party maintenance organizations, and to describe how CHE differs from both groups.  For this post, M.O.M. is not going to write educational material or describe the superiority of our services.  Instead, I am going to give thanks.

First and foremost, M.O.M. would like to thank Almighty God for the many blessings that he has brought our company over these 22 plus years.  Without Him, none of what has been built would have been possible.  We are thankful for every team member, current and former, who believed in our company mission, vision, and values and helped make CHE the company that it is today.  Their dedication to duty in support of our customers is unparalleled in the industry.  And most of all, we would like to thank our customers who have hired us over these many years for believing in CHE and experiencing all the services that CHE provides them.  Without our team members and customers, there would not be a CHE.

So enjoy the turkey, gravy, dressing, sweet potatoes, and pecan pie.  Enjoy the parade and football trifecta.  But please do M.O.M. a favor, take the time to hold a family member or friends hand, bow your head, and give thanks to Almighty God for the many blessings that he has given to you.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Wishing you all the best,