Saying Goodbye, and The Big Move
Good morning! I know it's been awhile, and so much has happened over the last month. I want to start by extending my gratitude for all of the well wishes when my husband passed.
I am eternally grateful. And while his loss was and is very painful, my daughter and I take solace in the fact that he is no longer suffering and that he can watch over us in Heaven.
But time marches on, and we must keep moving forward.
Many of you who have been in the office over the last month or so were able to witness the preparations being made for the "big move." I had decided to move the office at the end of 2021, and the plans became final earlier this year.
The old office was, in my opinion, in need of a facelift, and instead of embarking on a rejuvenation, I decided to move altogether.
My staff and I are so excited about the new space, which is located at
As with any move, hiccups are bound to happen, and this one is no different.
The building crews have been running behind, so we are moving in as best we can, amidst some construction chaos. We are working hard to at least be open in a limited manner this week.
I am sorry for the inconvenience, but I believe the delays are worth the wait and I appreciate your continued patience in the meantime. However, if you need us more urgently, feel free to call and or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our phone number is remaining the same at (843)375-0270. As many of you know, I try to offer specials centered around major holidays. I obviously missed Easter, but I hope it was a great day and for those celebrating Passover, I send my well wishes. But keep a lookout for some upcoming deals
With inflation soaring, I know everyone could use a little help!
The news headlines keep talking about the rising costs of goods, but you don't need to watch the news to know what's going on. You just need to head to the gas pump or grocery store!
With regards to plastic surgery and Covid, there is nothing really exciting to report other than a federal judge struck down a CDC order to continue masks on planes. So now you can fly mask-less!
Ironically, Covid numbers are going up again due to a variation of Omicron, but hospitalization numbers are not. And in response to the case numbers, places like Philadelphia are returning to indoor mask requirements.
So Covid schizophrenia continues, though it really feels like Covid fatigue has set in! The Fleetwood Mac song, "Over and Over," comes to mind!
I hope everyone has a wonderful week and is able to get out and enjoy the beautiful weather that is forecasted. But don't forget your sunscreen, and as always, we are happy to ship it to you if you don't want to come check out our new digs! I hope everyone has a great week!
Dr. Heidi WIlliams