Happy September everyone! I have elected to not say too much this month as I feel like everything I say lately is critiqued or criticized. I hope that everyone is healthy and well and trying to enjoy life to the best of their ability. I am glad to see that life continues to move forward and it looks that we may be back to some normalcy sooner than later.
As I write this article, gyms and bowling alleys have been allowed to open. We, however, will not be opening at this time due to logistical issues. I hope that all of you can be understanding of that decision and if not at least respect that the decision is for your health and well-being.
The rumor mills of Bretton Woods continue to exist as they always have since I started here. The HOA Board has graciously offered me an additional three years once my current contract expires, and I have accepted. I hope that my future with them and all of you continue to be a positive one. I will not get into the details of the agreement, but I will continue to be here for all of you, as I always have.
I have never been sure of exactly what I wanted to do for a living. Well, it’s clear now that property management is my future and will continue to be my career. I thank all of you for your support over the years and hope that I have served all of you to your satisfaction. I am well aware that not everyone is always happy with me, but such is life. I am confident that I have and always will make myself available to you as much as humanly possible.
I wish all of the kids going back to school the best of luck. I find it interesting that maybe for the first time in their lives, they might actually be happy to go back. I am sure all the parents out there are probably happy as well to get them out of the house. Apparently, I speak about my nieces too much in my articles, but I want to say I love both of them and family ALWAYS comes first. I may devote my life to work, but my heart belongs to them.
A special thank you to Rich Wagner who will not be able to host the 9/11 Memorial this year. Unfortunately, we had to cancel it due to COVID 19, but he has been doing a great job for many years. I have had the honor for the last few years to speak and have greatly appreciated the time that he allotted to me. My most sincere condolences to anyone that lost someone on September 11th and thank you to all of those that helped during that crisis.
September brings us the following and days of significance. Labor Day, Patriot’s Day, National Grandparents Day, Rosh Hashana, First Day of Autumn, and Yom Kippur
“A man walked into work one day and the staff said you’re off today, the man looked at them and said there is no such thing”.
Craig Pessin- HOA Administrator