Alexander Abramson, PLLC July 2019

Your Business Matters • (407) 649-7777 July 2019


A Trip to the Keys, a New Ride, and Everything in Between

With summer in full swing, all business owners (even the most serious of attorneys) need to take a break at some point. That’s why I was so excited to head down to the Keys for a couple days in June with a childhood friend of mine. After all the deals and negotiations we’ve done in the recent months, it was nice to unplug for a while and enjoy nature. Trips like these make me appreciate the majesty of the great state of Florida. I hope you too will find the time this summer to stop, relax, and recharge. For this trip, I met up with a friend of mine who I had been close with since we were 12 years old, and we shuttled over to Curry Hammock State Park to soak up the sun. The main objective of our trip was to get some quality kayaking in. By the end of it, we had logged enough hours to last until next summer. Growing up, he and I always had a special connection with the outdoors. His family would take me

with them to upstate New York, and we’d always find a way to entertain ourselves. In many ways, this trip was no different. We ended up smack dab in the middle of the Keys. Not a bad destination if you ask me. We found ourselves some shallow water to post up in and split our time between kayaking and biking the trails. We peacefully spent our five-day excursion away from the sights and sounds of the city. Not much has changed since I went to the Keys nearly a decade ago, thank goodness. That area is truly a special place. Unfortunately, that made the adjustment back to normal life all the more difficult. After we got back in the beginning of June, I was quickly whisked away to close out some business deals, but I couldn’t stop thinking back to the memories of those days on the water. Even so, the summer isn’t over yet. There’s still plenty to look forward to. The Fourth of July means bikes, barbecues, and beers around our house — always in moderation of course. So, we’ve still got some fun to be had in our neck of the woods. With the weather on our side, now I’m excited for biking and scalloping. I recently picked up a new Trek 920 bicycle to help feed my hobby and/ or addiction. Unfortunately, Faith only agreed to let me buy it if I got rid of two of the other bikes I have. It wasn’t a bad compromise — this new toy is built for on-road and off-road. As for

the scallops, there is nothing quite like scallop season on the Nature Coast. With the Gulf of Mexico staying so shallow, it’s a blast to wade out there, get a little snorkeling in, and pick your own to bring home for dinner. All this adds up to another great summer here in Florida. As for us here at Alexander Abramson, there are big things on the horizon. I recently spoke at the annual Florida Bar Convention in Boca Raton on the nuances of making your law firm a salable asset, and we’ve had some really great feedback from the attendees. No matter how you’re choosing to spend your summer, we want to help you and your business rest easy. For all your business law needs, give us a call at (407) 649-7777 or visit our website anytime at

–Ed Alexander


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