Last week I was out of the office as I took my family and my mom and dad on a trip to Scotland!

10 years ago, when I was trying to open my office, I couldn’t secure a business Lon even though I had 5 years experience at a different chiropractic office and had some money in the bank.

My parents had confidence in me and they loaned me the money.

I will be forever grateful.

They had never been to a Chiropractor before. They grew up very medically oriented so chiropractic at that time was not on their radar.

I also had put them through a fair share of teenage tribulations when I was younger…

Nevertheless, they trusted me.

In those 10 years, I have been beyond blessed to be a part of so many lives.

Lindeman Chiropractic is thriving, and I am so grateful.

I paid off the loan last year and with that final payment, I told my parents I wanted to take them to Scotland to golf, to explore and to enjoy each other’s company.

It was a wonderful trip, we connected, we oohed and ahhed at castles, lochs and waterfalls. It was amazing and I am so grateful!

Thank you to all of the wonderful patients I have had the honor of helping these past 10 years. You have helped me do what I love to do. You give me so much joy everyday. I get to hold and adjust your babies, children, spouses and parents. I get to witness miracles. Every. Single. Day. My family is able to experience amazing places and we are stable financially.

I am so grateful!

Thank you!

One thought on “Family trip

  1. Your pictures are amazingly beautiful! it looks like you had a fabulous time.
    What a wonderful way to share family time.

    Like

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