Sunday, April 8, 2012

Happy Easter

Easter Sunday has given me pause to reflect on some of the things I'm thankful for here in the Dunwoody area.

1.  The many wonderful houses of worship in our community.  From Dunwoody United Methodist to Dunwoody Baptist to All Saints to Saint Luke's to Temple-Emanu-El and the rest of the great churches that do so much to make Dunwoody such a great place to live.

2.  The Dunwoody Crier  A wonderful hometown newspaper that does much more than just print the news of the area.  The paper gets involved - from it's sponsorship to events like the 4th of July Parade, to its role as the official organ of the city.  Thanks Dick Williams!

3.  Murphey Candler Park  If you don't have children that have played sports at Murphey Candler, you don't know what you're missing.  The sportsmanship learned and friendships gained are truly priceless! 

4.  Dunwoody City Council  The selfless time that our elected officials have given to the city is amazing.  I don't always agree with everything council does, but I certainly appreciate the effort.

5.  Dunwoody Urgent Care  Dr. Casey Locarnini is seemingly always there when my family needs him (three times in the last few months)!  Another urgent care center is about to open its doors to Dunwoody, but my business will remain with DUC.  Casey - thanks for caring and being a vested partner in the community.

1 comment:

Busymom said...

I, too, will continue to go to Dr. Casey Locarnini at Dunwoody Urgent Care, once the big box urgent care opens in Dunwoody. Nothing beats the quality hometown care we always receive from Casey!