“Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.”
—William Arthur Ward, American author
Certainly, the past 20 months have taught us to be grateful for the things most important—faith, family, friends and health. I am thankful for difficult times because they bring lessons and learning, and challenge us to become better versions of ourselves. We come to realize we are more resilient than we thought.
I am thankful for the incredible team of professionals I get to work with at Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic—my work family. Our medical and dental providers, administrative staff, board members, volunteers, community partners and supporters—I have never seen a group so fully committed to working together to help those in need.
I am thankful for the communities of Gloucester and Mathews, who support our work with a level of generosity and kindness that knows no bound...
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