SPRING HAS SPRUNG here at Cornerstone Dental Associates! The beautiful sunshine, blooming flowers, and warmer weather have us feeling grateful for this wonderful season.
To welcome the incoming spring, we’d like to share what puts a spring in our step this time of year!
What We Love About Spring
We asked all of our wonderful, awesome, super spectacular Dental Assistants how they feel about Spring and here is what they shared with us!
From Angie: My favorite thing about Spring is that everything is new. The brightness of the flowers, the green of the trees, even the sky seems to be a little more Carolina blue. In the Spring my favorite activity is working in the yard enjoying all these new changes.
From Ericka: I love the warmer weather and sunshine because it puts me in a better mood and the longer days make me more productive and not so lazy. I like to take my doggies outside and take rides on the lake in my boat.
From Kelly: I love the warmer weather and more daylight time so I can play outside and do all sorts of outdoor activities with my young daughter. Our favorite activities include walks where I pull her in her wagon and taking a trip to go and feed the ducks.
From Stephanie: My favorite thing about Spring is the longer days, the warmer weather, and the beautiful Spring flowers at my house and out my great window at the office. I enjoy Spring because I get the opportunity to play with my little girl outside after work and we have lots of fun days at the park or going on new adventures.
From Susan: Daylight savings time that starts this weekend is by far my favorite thing about Spring. I love all the extra time it gives me outdoors for when I am camping and fishing. Once the sunsets though I love a cozy campfire and marshmallows to roast. A good book read outside is fun too.
Is Spring YOUR Favorite Season?
Do you love spring as much as we do? Let us know in the comments below or reach out to us on Facebook! As always, we’re so thankful for you and appreciate your loyalty to our practice.
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