Out in a lonely secluded spot in the country, off of a dusty clay road, sets a beautiful pond shadowed only by moss drenched southern oaks reaching out as if they were protecting the stilled area around them, concealing a treasure not yet ready to be revealed. Could it be they know the onlooker is not quite ready for the treasure the pond has to give up. Who is this mysterious onlooker, why is he there, what is he looking for? The peace, and serenity is almost sterile, bringing forth an inquisitive anticipation of a secret yet to be told. What will it reveal, who will be the first to find the hidden secrets of the pond? Who is the onlooker?’
It’s been a long morning, and. I haven’t been able to get a thing done. Susan , a stay at home Mom with a husband who’s never there, is pushed to her limits with two toddlers, and one 6 year old. While she truly loves her children, at times she would like to hock them for a trip to Paris,no different from most Moms who suffer from childitis Between home schooling the six year old, and chasing toddlers all day her mind seems to caught up in a whirlwind of lonely never ending task.She's thinking surely there must be relief somehow..
We've had a number of great years financially, and if that wasn’t the case we would have to close the doors today. As Paul and Reed can attest too, it’s really not looking good for us. All of the employees at Strong Electric are huddled into the small conference room like sardines with fearful anticipation of their futures, wondering who the axe will drop on. As Ben continues to speak you can see the expressions of fear on the faces of his employees.How will I pay my mortgage, will I have to send my kids to public school, how long will it take to find another job, what will my wife, my husband say, these are some of the thoughts running through their minds.. Ben pauses takes a deep breath, then turns the meeting over to Paul, the CFO of Strong Electric. Now Paul with a stern sad look on his face drops the gauntlet..