Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving

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The Holiday Season is upon us!  It seems to start earlier every year, doesn’t it?  It’s easy to get carried away in the hustle and bustle, glossing over this very special day. Here at Connecting Threads, we want to take some time to really appreciate the meaning of Thanksgiving.

Growing up, my family always gathered on Thanksgiving.  We would sit around the table, sharing a wonderful meal, talking about the things for which we were thankful.  My Grammie would always end with the same statement “I am thankful for my family, my health and another year to make more memories”.  Time has passed and my family is scattered across the country.  We don’t get to spend holidays together as much anymore, but I still remember the laughter and love we shared around that table years ago.

So what are we thankful for now?  That’s easy….we are thankful for YOU, our customers.  Connecting Threads is a family owned company and we feel like you are a part of our family.  It is our pleasure to offer you the products you can use to create family heirlooms which  wrap your family in the warmth of your love.   We are thankful that you come back to us, again and again, placing your trust in us.  Finally we are thankful for all the future holds and another year to make memories.  We will continue to listen to your feedback and meet your needs.  We promise never to forget that YOU are the most important part of our family.  Happy Thanksgiving, we hope that you have much to be thankful for this year.


2 responses to “Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving”

  1. Kathy Says:
    11/28/2013 9:37 am

    Have a great Thanksgiving

    Reply
  2. Renee Byrd Says:
    11/28/2013 10:18 am

    Happy Thanksgiving to you all too…good to see your faces!

    Reply

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