Ann Leach, Primrose Resident
[Welcome, gentle reader. This is the first installment in a series of blogs written by actual Primrose residents. Please return often to read more! — Ed]
Many senior citizens have difficulty leaving home communities, homes full of memories and many years of living, friends of long standing. Not I! I found Primrose and a full, busy, happy life quite by chance when a friend showed me a brochure. The building was just beginning to take shape and I really liked the spacious floor plans; so I called for an appointment, met with the marketing manager, and plunked my deposit on her desk forthwith.
Change is not to fear if you’re headed for Primrose. The surroundings are inviting, to say the least. The atmosphere is delightful. The management is resourceful — dedicated to the comfort of its residents. In addition to all of this, we are well fed! What more could one ask?
Good neighbors, that’s what, and we certainly can add those to our myriad of blessings. The people we dine with, play with, shop with, exercise with are a diverse lot, some local, some from the far corners of the country, but, all interesting, friendly and helpful.
Change comes periodically throughout our lives, often without any assistance from ourselves. I, for one, believe the wise person makes the decision to change before it becomes absolutely necessary. Adjustment is far easier, friends are more easily made, activities are more enjoyable and possessions are simply not as much a part of us as are understanding, caring human beings!
Thank you, Primrose for the good life. Truly, “This IS Living”.
Primrose of Pueblo, Colorado
To find out more about the senior living experience at Primrose, please contact your nearest Primrose Retirement Community today to see more of our fun and social living. We’ll happily answer all your questions and show you around our beautiful communities. Come see why we say, THIS IS LIVING!