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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Ansleigh's Corner

I’m a Georgia Peach- tried and true, and at no time am I more proud of that than in the spring. This week was the first week that brought us temperatures in the eighties, and with only two weeks of school left, I can almost taste summer. All around town azaleas and wisteria are blooming, bathing yards and homes in beautiful shades of pinks and purples. The hydrangeas are about to bloom too, and soon after that the magnolias, crepe myrtles, and gardenias will follow. Something about the warm weather and the fresh flowers and new life just makes the whole world seem to be buzzing with new energy, and I’ve really felt it lately.

We’ve certainly been that way this past week at Wilder Public Relations. I swear you just can’t stop Wilder’s Angels. We’re fresh off our last project with Bliss Couture and barreling straight into a new project with our good friends at Koinup. They’ve partnered up with MetaLIFE to put on a fabulous new photography contest inviting residents of SL to enter original snapshots illustrating what shopping means to them. With all of the fun new fashions out this spring, and with how much we all love shopping anyway, I can’t think of a better way to show off our creativity and maybe even win some prizes while doing it. You can find more information at

Everything just seems to be buzzing right along this spring. We’ve got some great new things lined up for May here at Wilder, so keep checking back to see what we have going on. As always, we wish to express our appreciation to our clients and friends for helping to make us as successful as we are: thank you so much for all that you do for us.

In closing, I’d like to wish all of ya'll a wonderful week and encourage you to take some time to take in all the beauty spring has to offer in your neck of the woods. Take a walk, go to the park, or just drive around town with the windows down, but don’t let the chance to experience the new life and energy unfolding around you pass you by. We’re all busy, and if you find yourself feeling overwhelmed, you’ll be amazed at how refreshed and rejuvenated just a little time spent appreciating nature can make you feel.

Wishing you only the best,
Ansleigh Beverly
Administrative Assistant, Wilder PR Firm