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Kathy Manos Penn's weekly column in the Crier celebrates the joy in day-to-day life in Dunwoody, Georgia. Only minutes from downtown Atlanta,
the community has a small-town vibe that sets it apart from other suburbs. The Crier's popular columnist finds inspiration in the deer in the yard,
the neighborhood produce stand, her four-legged children, and local events like library sales and the annual July 4th parade.
Whether you live in a similar community or wish you did, this collection of columns will leave you wanting more. End each day with a smile by reading
one a night, or give in to the temptation to read this charming collection all in one sitting. Either way, this look at the simple pleasure in life will bring
a smile to your face.
"Kathy Manos Penn's retirement from the corporate world amounted to a jailbreak for very good ideas and enjoyable turns of phrase. Her columns
are a veritable coffee break from the ever-urgent twenty-four-hour news cycle. They remind us to step and back and take pleasure in lives well
lived. In the newspaper I edit, her thoughts divert me from contention to contentment." -Dick Williams, Editor of the Dunwoody Crier and Former
Longtime Columnist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution