Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Giving Thanks To HaKadosh Baruch Hu

For those of you who know me, you also know our financial situation for the past few years has been absolutely horrendous.

I just want to take a moment and thank Hashem Yisbarach. I just closed a deal (I sold an MRI system to an Orthopedic center in New England) that will (once we, Im Yirtze Hashem) get paid tomorrow (July 18) solve many problems for us. I want to thank all our friends who've been there with emotional support and have always been there to lend an ear. I want to thank my wife for standing behind me and encouraging me it can be done. I want to thank my dad for helping me get through it (he's my partner and my friend). I want to thank my in-laws, who've been there to help us emotionally and finanacially. And above all, I want to thank Hashem Yisbarach for helping us through this very difficult time. We are still in need (always will be, I guess) of Parnassah, but closing this deal will go a long way toward helping us solve some financial problems and will give us the breathing room we need to plan for the future.

May He continue to grant all of us Kol Mishalos Libeinu L'tova. Amen.

9 comments:

rebelwithacause said...

LOL. I love the new header to your blog. We all need a good neck massage!

rebelwithacause said...

I am happy that everything got better. :)

Rafi G said...

good for you! mazel tov!

Miriam said...

Baruch Hashem! Hooray! May Hashem keep blessing you with parnossa and everything good!

Am Kshe Oref - A Stiff-Necked People said...

Thanks to all of you!! :)

SephardiLady said...

What a beracha. I was excited to get your call yesterday and the Mr was thrilled to hear the news when I shared it with him. You should continue to be blessed with parnasah.

Selena said...

Mazel tov. I am so happy for you. You should continue to experience more happiness, and I hope we will be zoche to share many smachot together in the future.

Abe said...

Congrats.

cool yiddishe mama said...

said mazal tov to you on the phone but will say it again...MAZAL TOV!