A Season of Transitions

Corenna Roozeboom Life with Money

For many of us, Labor Day Weekend indicates a transition.

The unofficial end of summer; the herald of fall activities; a new school year for kids, grandkids, or even ourselves; the subtle shift in nighttime temperatures; the sudden ubiquitous pumpkin spice everything.
season of transition
Within the last few weeks at Park Piedmont, one of us announced a pregnancy. One of us dropped off a kid for her first day of preschool. One of us settled a kid into his first dorm room. One of us helped a kid move cross-country for his first full-time job.

Transitions can be exciting, and they can be difficult. New beginnings, inherently, also signify endings.

One of the joys of our work here at Park Piedmont is both celebrating and supporting others in the many transitions that life serves up. We’re blessed to witness these transitions in each other’s lives, and also in yours.

As we head into Labor Day Weekend, we wish you the very best in whatever season of transition you’re currently living. And, as always, we’re here to both celebrate and support you in it.