Law Office of Matthew Konecky - November 2019

THE KONECKY

NOVEMBER 2019

JOURNAL

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Through the Good Times and the Bad

F or many folks, November, especially the Thanksgiving holiday, is a time for reflection on all that we are grateful for in our lives and all of the good things that have happened over the past year. However, we all have those times when things simply don’t go as we had hoped or planned and we are challenged to find the silver lining. This has been one of those years for me. I’ve had hardships to overcome personally and professionally. But to quote the great Michael Jordan, “Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.” This past spring, as I have previously shared, I injured my shoulder while doing something I love: Brazilian jiujitsu. Surgery resulted in a tedious and painful road to recovery. The healing process has been humbling, and I’m truly grateful for my body’s resilience. I’m also very thankful for the doctor and physical therapist who helped me get my shoulder back on track.

My family and I also experienced a

loss near and dear to us this past year, two losses actually — our

beloved pugs, Bernie and Mabel. Our dogs lived long, happy lives and were very much cherished members of our family. They brought us so much joy over the years. While we miss them every day, we’re overwhelmingly grateful for all of the good times we had with them. Since their passing, we have adopted a new dog, a German pointer mix. His name? Walker, Texas Ranger. Walker is adjusting nicely. He is not only huge in stature but also in heart. We are grateful he chose us to be his family. Here at the office, there have also been a few major changes, all positive but accompanied by some growing pains. This past summer, the firm moved to a larger space in the same building we’ve occupied for years. Moving was definitely stressful, but we are thrilled with the new office and excited for all of the potential room to expand. We are also increasing in terms of our staffing needs as we continue to take on more cases, and therfore have a larger workload. At the end of the day, despite this year’s ups and downs, I am beyond grateful for my family and my health. As 2019 approaches its end, I am eager to put this year behind me and start fresh in the new year. Until then, I’ll reflect more on the things that did go well and encourage you to do the same in your lives. As always, I want to give you, my clients, a heartfelt thank you . I am incredibly honored and grateful for the trust you have placed in me to answer your questions and handle your cases. Thank you!

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–Matthew Konecky

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