Happy 34th Birthday Nick!
I admire your tenacity in all you do and all you stand for and wish you a happy birthday! My son has a very determined way of standing his ground, overcoming any obstacles, and improving his daily living every single day. Here’s to displaying the quality of tenacity!
Rainbow Sprinkle Sparkle Cake!
Tenacity is a constant way of life for Nick. He’d be closing in on his 11th year at Wells Fargo, yet he made a move that adds a spin on his career history. I’d love to blog it but hey, they say it’s his birthday and we’re going to have a good time! Plus I don’t have many details yet, but will say he knows it takes tenacity to understand the unemployment process.
Nick is a proud homeowner. Since the day he received the keys and entered that door last year, he’s turned the house around with many home improvement projects. Talk about tenacity in the planning and execution of rehabilitation. I need to take a new photo as he also got a new door!
Might as well buy a house for your birthday! Well he did that last year!
Birthday boy, your siblings got it too! Tenacity is the quality displayed by someone who just won’t quit — who keeps trying until they reach their goal.
Jake, my other son is also homeowner. And Arin, my daughter is in the process of house hunting! If you are a parent of adult age children, you can agree that having your children move out and move on (especially if they remain local) is an incredibly proud parental feeling!
One way to learn and toughen your grit in life is to go through the house buying process. Nick is quite experienced and knowledgeable about house buying and seriously could chose to work as a realtor.
These two pet shots are from last year’s post: Nick taught Petey how to play catch. Ever seen a cat catch and return a toy? Talk about tenacity from cat and man! Here’s Nick’s dog last year, when just a puppy:
The rehabilitation process, whether for your home, your pet, or your career, takes tenacity. It truly is all about the spirit of grit!
Enjoy your birthday sonny boy. I look forward to our dinner date tonight . . . I hear Simon’s offers free cake!
Here’s a second slice for Jay!
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Woof woof doggedness!
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