“The moment you begin to worry about the things you want and the things you don’t have in life is the moment you will lose your gratitude. The greatest source of happiness is the ability to be grateful at all times.” – Zig Ziglar
That quote serves as a reminder of what can get lost during the holiday season. While many of us get caught up in finding the ideal gift or making the perfect holiday feast, we often forget to take a moment and reflect. Here at Pirouline, we’re thankful for our extended family. Here’s what they had to say when they took some time out for gratitude…
Material Handler Will Harris has been working at the Pirouline bakery for three-and-a-half years. Will said that he is most thankful for his family.
After working at the bakery for more than four years, Machine Operator Chelsea Rockett said that she is thankful for her children.
According to Sanitation Worker Darina Young, she is thankful for life and her great job of 13 years.
Maintenance Tech Jerome Williams knows his way around the bakery after working here for almost three-and-a-half years. Jerome is most thankful for God and life.
Tracy Williams has been a Machine Operator at Pirouline for seven-and-a-half years. When asked what she was grateful for, Tracy said, her mom and children.
It’s been four-and-a-half years since Charles Blackmon started working as a Reimelt Operator. Charles told us, he’s thankful for his family and the Thanksgiving meal he got to share with his second family at the Pirouline bakery. We enjoyed it too, Charles!
Here at Pirouline, we have a lot to be thankful for. That includes our wonderful, hardworking employees, our family, community, and you. Thank you for supporting our American Dream! May your holidays be merry and filled with magic.