Poem Under the Tree

Poem Under the Tree

Hey team, all right. It’s Monday Message. Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas to you and your family. I wanted to read you a poem I wrote a couple of weeks ago, thinking about the holiday time. So here it goes. I named the poem “Under the Tree.”

The excitement in the air, the twinkling lights.
A magical feeling on festive nights.

Ribbons and bows, a colorful delight.
Wrapping paper crinkles, pure joy in sight.

Boxes stacked high, anticipation grows.
Imagining the treasures that each one bestows.

Giggles and laughter, family and friends.
A holiday spirit that never truly ends.

So go ahead, unwrap with glee.
Discover the joy under the tree.

Merry Christmas to you and to all a good night.
May your heart be warm, your dreams take flight.

From our family to yours, God bless you and Merry Christmas!

I hope that today is a wonderful day for you, your family, your children, your grandchildren. The family that wraps around the tree together, and the holiday spirit that, from the food in the kitchen to the time spent in the living room and around, I pray that you and your family have all the traditions and the time that you celebrate this week and today.

I know that there are many faiths and many people might be celebrating or have already celebrated. Perhaps you celebrated Hanukkah this year. I wish you the best for you and your family and your family traditions. May the Lord bless you and keep you as we move into this new year.

The value that you’ve shown to your team and to your company, and to the community at large, may it continue. May you continually be blessed in this coming year as we move forward.

Again, from Karen and me, the executive team, and the entire leadership, we just want to wish you a Merry Christmas. I pray that it’s everything that you dreamed it to be.

Remember that we’re here for you, and we appreciate all of your dedication and your hard work as you continue to move forward. I pray that your family had a wonderful time today. God bless you guys, and I’ll see you sometime, maybe next year. Bye, see you.