C-Concentrate On Good Thoughts while relaxing.
O-Outdoor time on my balcony. On of my thoughts is so true.
N-Need is more important than want so I omit make-up because it makes the mask "Germy".
N-Normalcy has a brand new meaning.
It'll take time to
E-Energize my Brain by Reading, Writing, and Puzzles -
My body by Exercise and Healthy Food - with Limits on Junk
C-Count My blessings, while I give.
T-Thanks to all who Connected with Cheerful Calls, Notes and
Memories to add another Good Day to my life.
I’m a fairly new kid on the block(6 months) I am happy to be living here. As a child a lived under difficult circumstances but the Coronavirus is worse. I have 2 hobbies, making seed bed necklaces and doing embroidery. Currently I’m embroidering items for my sons wedding inNovember ????????. On weekendsI cook meals and drop off at Success Rehabilitation in Quakertown for staff and clients. My son is one of the clients residing there.
I have lived in the B building since April 2020. Leasing Consultant Kyle Was very professional when it came to answering questions and addressing my concerns in a timely manner. Center Square has so many amenities that other properties in the community do not offer. A variety of opportunities to win prizes as well as to get to know your neighbors in the common areas such as game room library , gym.
Superbowl Sunday 2019 was an open gathering for those who wanted to come and go in the community room. This involved a smorgasboard of grapefruit and smiles! Its a positive memory before all of the social distancing was in order! Thank you, Center Square!
I am leaving here for almost 2yers with no complaints, love my new home and balcony!
On this difficult time became part of group Masks Makers of Doylestown, sewing masks for hospitals and health workers, keep myself busy and helpful
I have been living here the past 3 years and have nothing but praise for the new owners. The constant upgrades to this fabulous complex is a testament to their goal of giving tenants a top tier living environment. The modernization of the complex has been wonderful from the Amazon HUB delivery system, text alerts, paperless billing and communication and the list is expanding monthly. Not to mention the turnover of the older apartments and modernizing the flooring, appliances and lighting. You can beat the location too with Rt.309, Turn Pike and Rt. 202 within 20 minutes. Also the expended parking and second entrance which makes it easy access for guests. The exterior landscape is pristine and beautiful when everything blooms. Highly recommend to young professionals and couples starting out.
I have lived in XXXA for almost a year. Many of you know me as the lady who has adopted special needs dogs - Tilly, the little gal with the pink wheelchair was a favorite. I am vulnerable to this virus so I have been staying with my son in Aston. A 3 year old grandson passes the time but I just want to be home and greeting various residents in the lobby like I used to. I am binge watching some series and playing wordscape. I hope all are being safe and well.
I moved in here less than a week before everything shut down, so of course I have not been able to get to know very many people. I have found the staff to be very helpful and responsive. The first week that I was here I was still working and using my spare time to try to get everything in order. I work for the Central Bucks School District and that was the first group that shut down, so then I had plenty of time to get things in place and work on a picture wall of family, so that I feel connected to them. I communicate on social media and zoom meetings and keep in touch with friends and family through phone calls, texting, and FaceTime. I ride my bike a lot and walk quite a bit. Having lived in this area for 56 years, I am now seeing things that I've never seen before. On any of these excursions, I always pop by to check on an old friend who lives on Doyle Street. I can usually catch her sitting out on her porch reading and just observing, resting after working in her beautiful gardens. It's nice to see so many people out on the bike and hike paths, but I've also found that many people still don't know their right from their left when I'm overtaking them and announcing that I'm passing on the left... Hahaha. A lot of people think that this pandemic is going to change the world forever, and I wish it were so, but my feeling is that as soon as it's over people will go back to the same way they've always operated, doing what they've always done and thinking the same way they've always thought. It would be nice if everyone realized that we're all connected, all the time, and that we need to take care of one another. I pray that it is so.
Since the precautions taken by Center Square I have been passing the Time reading watching the old game shows on Tv playing slots on my IPad and talking to family and friends on the phone. If I do leave my apartment I wear a mask and disposable gloves. In my entire life I never would have dreamed we would be living like this. But I’m very optimistic that this will end soon. Until then stay safe and take all precautions recommended. I miss seeing all my friends here!
I am a young professional who has been a resident of Center Square apartments for 18 months now and I have no complaints. The lobby is immaculate, the maintenance staff is regular with the requests you file and neighbors friendly and pleasant.