Let it never be said that we are not a thankful bunch.
On any given week, you can hear the people of Parthenon giving thanks for the things that really matter. Like primo parking spots. Or tiny, well-dressed animals. Or snatching that last Fat Tire at weekly fun events.
In order to give you a more complete picture of our gratitude, we took a little poll. Check out the responses below to find out what we at Parthenon are thankful for.
The one thing we all agree on? Our clients. Without you, we quite literally would not be here, so we are most thankful for your business and your friendship.
Well, that and turkey. We are really thankful for turkey.
I am thankful for Turduckens and deep fryers. And overeating.
I am thankful for BOO. Partly because he is crazyface adorable and partly because Cadence hates his cute little guts.
I’m thankful for breaded cats. They make every day more enjoyable and act as a threat for my 2 heathens at home.
I’m thankful for these wonderful girls. They light up my life.
I am thankful for ol’ Ruby, my red Schwinn. She keeps me young and plus she sports this bad-a “DJ” bike bell I scored in Portlandia (thank you, city of bike-loving hipsters)!
I’m thankful for my sweet husband and my family!
I’m thankful for my Martin 000-15M for its perfect blend of vintage features and modern technology, exceptional tone, playability and classic Martin good looks. Oh, and it smells good.
I’m thankful for my wonderful family!
I’m thankful I’m not the only dork in the world. I feel loved <3.
I am thankful for Ginger. The dog, not the food. And I’m thankful I’m not in the office today to watch Akin butcher this blog code.
I am thankful for the most winningest college basketball program. They make every November through April the best time of the year!
I am thankful for my wife Martha, my dog Lucy, and my (arriving in December) son James “Baller” Coates Jr. [Editorial rights may have been taken with the naming of the baby. Not sorry.]
I am thankful for working appendages. I have images from the shoulder surgery, if you like. Or it’s on YouTube. [Offer declined.]
I am thankful for a good, long bike ride.
I am thankful that there’s always someone willing to restock the candy jar.
My family. It was a very, very long road to make this family – and well worth it!