This Week’s Stories!
Well March is proving to not play by the rules this year. As the saying goes it comes in like a lion then it goes out like a lamb or visa versa, this year it appears that March is coming and going as a lion this year. Please Mother Nature be kind and no more snow, we are ready for Spring and excited to walk the Marginal Way and enjoy the cafe seating outside in downtown Ogunquit. What is your favorites Spring time activity?
- There is nothing sweeter than chocolate and no better way to celebrate a birthday then with a little bit of chocolate indulgence from the local candy store. Janet noticed that one of her arrivals was celebrating her birthday while with us, during her break she walked downtown to the candy shop that hand makes all of its won confections by hand and purchased a small box of chocolates to place in the guest’s room. The guest was very surprised and delighted with the token and acknowledgement of her birthday.
- It is a mystery how one sock always goes missing. One of our guests reported that they were missing a sock and wondered if it was possible that the housekeeper
had found it, Jeremey had cleaned the room the day before and remembered completing a linen change. He went down to laundry to search for the missing sock and returned it to the guest.
“A good deed is never lost: he who sows courtesy reaps friendship; and he who plants kindness gathers love.” – Basil
Thank you for letting us share this week’s service stories with you. Each week we hope our little differences help bring a smile to your face – remember, service is not dead. It just took a vacation to Maine!