Ah, a new year and it’s still hard to find a routine work schedule. Getting dark at 5 p.m. didn’t help either. Still life goes on and we all eventually adjust. There are a few bits of good news I haven’t shared yet and after this rainy day maybe it will brighten our moods.
One. Gratitude for two employees of Cooper Penny in Rutherfordton who took responsibility for a small lost kitty they found in the restaurant’s parking lot many weeks back. Not only did they check her chip, they brought the little kitty home.
Two. A special thanks to Executive Chef Walker Stocks who went out of his way to help a lost visitor find her way at Tryon International Equestrian Center. With his attention to detail and great service attitude, we’re going to try his restaurants soon.
Three. Kudos to PR & Marketing Manager, Sarah Madden of Tryon International Equestrian Center, for hosting a media visit. Nice to have TIEC reaching out to our local markets. Thank you.
Take time to notice the good things that happen.