Tuesday, January 3, 2012

2011: Looking Back

In many ways 2011 has been our best year ever at Davis Family Chiropractic, PLLC:

1) We have wonderful staff that take their jobs seriously (always striving to improve) and they serve professionally.
2) We have gone automated and mostly paperless.
3) We have been busier than ever this year and had more patient referrals than any previous year.
4) I believe we are getting better results than ever for our patients--thank you for your trust!

Looking back on personal highlights of 2011:

 1)  In one word: Busy.  So busy (which, of course is a good thing) that I daydreamed of vacationing on a handful of occasions.
2)  My wife was incredibly busy homeschooling our 4 kids, and drove A LOT as she shuttled our kids to their River Home Link classes 45 min one way SEVERAL times a week to its campus in Battle Ground, Washington.
3) Many hours of entertainment were extended to me as I watched all four kids AND my wife learning French via Rosetta Stone. It is quite a different process than how I studied French in HS. Merci beaucoup Madame Loubey!
4)  August was an exciting time as I took the family to Pleasant Grove, Utah for my Grandpa's 85th birthday party. He is a great example to me (and many others). I heard that when he found out a big party was being thrown for him and 300 guests he replied "Why are you making such a big deal about my 85th? I plan on living a lot longer!"
My grandparents
What were your 2011 highlights? 

Best in health,
Dr. Marc


Amber January 3, 2012 at 12:26 PM  

Glad it was a good one brother! I didn't know the family was learning French. Very cool. Tell everyone hello from me.

Happy New Year!

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