We here at Adafruit would like to wish each and every one of you a Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for your support and thank you for being a part of our community – Adafruit exists because of you all!
We asked our team to share everything they’re thankful for this year! You can see some of their responses below.
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Adafruit!
I am grateful for the amazing opportunity to work at the robotics company I ordered parts from! In my time working at Adafruit, I never lose my mind every day to learn what’s going on at Adafruit and I’m eternally grateful that I was able to live my dreams through every single day of work.
I am thankful for my new rescue dog, who is an amazing cuddle bug.
So grateful to be doing this work with these people in this city. Grateful and hopeful that we will continue to look out for each other in these times.
I am grateful for my family and my health.
I am thankful that I may not have everything I want, but I do have everything I need.
I’m thankful for my team here at Adafruit, my family and friends, the Bach’s Goldberg varieties, the cold soda cans, and the blazing afternoon light, made for New York, in late November.
This year has been one of many challenges and joys. New home, new husband. The third time is the charm of Artemis 1. New team members. And the Adafruit family was there for it all. May we all continue to thrive and live well.
I’m grateful to be able to do the work I enjoy with such a group of amazing people!
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