Actions Speak Louder Than Words with Displays of Appreciation
By : Jane -
I had worked long and hard to get a business up and running. My wife stood in support of me the entire way, which meant that she had to spend a lot of time caring for our kids and taking care of our home while I was busy. I was grateful for stepping up and helping me in so many ways. After I got my business up and hired my first employees, I chose a Toronto party bus rental as a surprise for a night out in celebration of everything that I had done.
My friends and family are not to be ignored when it comes to their support and help, too. I have two family members who loaned me the money that I needed. I make sure to pay them back on time because I do not want to abuse the trust they gave me with loans. And I would never want to make any enemies out of family members either by not paying them back. I also have friends who helped me with a variety of things such as advice and even helping to set up the business itself. We have all come a long way and it means a lot to me. I had been thinking that it would also be a good idea for me to show my appreciation as well, rather than just saying it verbally. I wanted people to know that I mean it.
Getting the party bus was a fabulous plan because everyone said they were really excited about trying it out before we even had a chance to do it. And the actual event itself did not disappoint any of us either. It was just a great night of fun. Everyone was in really high spirits, and it was nice to be able to show everyone how much they are appreciated with a grand night on the town.