“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...” ~ Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities
Dickens may well have written the opening lines to his novel after spending a Thanksgiving holiday with a typical American family. Sure, we love one another, and we enjoy each other’s company, but the annual tradition of cramming multiple generations into a space to share a meal at a crowded table may be the definition of insanity.
Nevertheless, Thanksgiving marks the beginning of a season of holidays which brings people together. The key to an enjoyable holiday is preparation, so you can quickly change the “worst of times” into the “best of times” with minimal distress:
Windsong homeowners find that their home’s floor plan allows for easy entertaining: the kitchen overlooks the dining and living areas, so the chef is able to interact with his or her guests and not miss a moment of the fun. And entertaining areas expand to the outdoor patio or private courtyard, so there’s always plenty of space to host a large gathering in style and comfort.
Welcome to Windsong – Where Life’s A Breeze!