Cynthia's Corner

We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us with our fellow men; and among those fibers, as sympathetic threads, our actions run as causes, and they come back to us as effects. ― Herman Melville

Cynthia and Ms. Micah - A Work convention is always more fun with your daughter.

Cynthia and Ms. Micah - A Work convention is always more fun with your daughter.

Hello, Neighbors, Friends and Sponsors, 

So far this year, it has been non-stop go time! From a wedding in Florida to a funeral in Utica, New York and finally a work conference in Vegas. Through it all, I was thankful for family and friends who celebrated or cried alongside me. We don't always get along but it is these connections that we nourish and depend on for living a full life. As we approach another Easter season, I reflect on forgiveness and rebirth. That no matter our differences or past arguments, we're there for each other on all occasions. The truth is, life is meaningless without the support of our family, friends and community. Remember to keep forgiveness in your heart for past wrongs and move forward with the knowledge that it's never too late to start again. Happy Easter to you and yours!

Please welcome our newest sponsor, Cindy Ensor DesignsWithout question, Cindy’s success as a jeweler has been the result of her imagination and her drive to create truly unique pieces that are appropriate in both a casual and formal setting. I know her personally and love visiting her new location at 56 East Andrews Drive, Suite 33 in Buckhead. It's a beautiful space with lovely designs to fit all budgets!

In closing, I'd like to say that I'm forever grateful to our business partners who make this community-written magazine free to all the residents. A huge thank you to the many residents who contribute by sending in stories and neighborhood updates. Stroll Historic Brookhaven (also known as Historic Brookhaven Living) would not exist without the support of our community.  

I look forward to meeting more incredible people in the area and sharing your stories.

With much gratitude,

Cynthia Carns