One of the things people compliment us on the most is our "small town charm." Our staff know many of you, our faithful customers, by name. They've met your children (and in some cases your children's children.) They socialize with you at local functions and support you through those bad times that happen to just about everyone once in awhile.
Sometimes you come by 'cause you need something; sometimes you come by just to say hi. We're always happy to see you!
I say we, loosely. As a fairly new member of the Morrow's family, and with my primary responsibility keeping me glued to a screen most of my visits I haven't met very many of our amazing customers yet. I trust that will change with time and I look forward to it greatly.
I grew up in a town no larger than Drumbo and made wonderful memories there. I found this list the other day and thought you might enjoy it as much as I did.
Here are a few of my favourites:
from 25 Signs You Grew Up in a Small Town
1) The grocery store was also the place to rent movies, drop off dry cleaning and leave your rolls of film to be developed.
5) You never carried a key for your house because it was always unlocked.
25) When people ask you where you are from, you sort of mumble your tiny town's name and then automatically tell them what larger town it is near.
Read the full article here.
I hope to see you around soon. :)