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Take Some Time to Enjoy the Holidays

Snowman Greets Happy Under SnowThe holidays are a festive, yet somewhat hectic time. There are gifts to buy, parties to attend and traveling to do. Cash Krugler Fredericks encourages you to slow down and enjoy the season. Try not to rush. Atlanta traffic will be extra heavy, so allow yourself enough time to get to events and don’t drive while you’re distracted. Wait until your car is parked before you attempt to answer a text or an email. As we mentioned in our “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” blog, don’t drink and drive. Call a friend, a cab or Uber for a ride home from a festive event.

Take time to enjoy the holiday sights, lights and festivities. Atlanta has wonderful light displays at the Botanical Gardens and Stone Mountain. The sounds of the season can be heard at many musical venues, churches and schools. Catch a live holiday show at the Fox or Alliance theaters. Enjoy an event with family, friends and loved ones, to make this season a memorable one. Start a new holiday tradition. There are a variety of ways to share the true meaning of the season. Toys-for-Tots has multiple drop boxes, where you can donate a new toy for a needy child. Local churches have “Giving Trees” where you can fulfill a family’s wishes. Or give to one of our favorite charities: the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund, Side by Side Brain Injury Clubhouse or the Shepherd Center. Spread some holiday cheer and bring a smile to someone’s face. As Charles Dickens wrote in the classic A Christmas Carol, “There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor.”

We wish all our associates, paralegals and staff a happy holiday season. Echoing the sentiments of our “So Many Reasons to Feel Thankful This Year” blog, we’re thankful to those who refer cases to us, and other law firms, physicians and previous clients who recognize our efforts, and we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday Season.

What are some of your holiday traditions?

-Andy Cash, Dave Krugler and Alwyn Fredericks

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