June: The Time of Transitions
Hello all Villas’ Residents!
We are sorry this post is coming late just as May’s did. We have had some changes around our office that have caused for some transitioning and learning. Kaity Robinson, your previous point of contact and our Marketing Director, had her beautiful baby girl, Marley, on June 13. Both mom and baby are home and healthy. Kaity, however, will not be coming back to work for our office. Morgan Bailey has been hired in her place and will now be your new point of contact for events. Morgan is not a new face at our office. For those of you who have either called in or been in the office within the last year, she has been the face and voice that greets you as our previous front office coordinator. If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions, please email email@example.com. We are incredibly happy both Kaity and Morgan as they move into their new and exciting roles.
Just as we had hoped, June has brought new regulations on getting back to regular life. We are seeing some of our favorite businesses open back up and are feeling a little more freedom when leaving the house for necessities. While we should all continue to take precautions and stay up to date on the guidelines for safe social distancing, there is comfort in seeing progress towards normal life again.
There is a lot going on around us, making it so easy to have a negative and pessimistic attitude. The best we can all do is try to find a positive in everything and enjoy the life that we have been given. Summer is here, so go outside (when it is not too hot) and enjoy the sunshine, birds chirping, flowers blooming, and the smell of fresh cut grass. Who doesn’t love the smell of a freshly mowed yard?!
In other news, the Villas at Hampton Lakes clubhouse is officially OPEN! I know quite a few of our residents have been looking forward to this, but we would like everyone to keep in mind that we do not have crews coming in to regularly sanitize every surface. It is up to our residents to continue to take the necessary precautions by washing hands, using hand sanitizer, and wiping down any touched surfaces.
We are anxious for things to get 100% back to normal, but we will take the little victories for now.
Stay safe. Stay healthy. Stay positive.