When I walked down the aisle and saw my future husband waiting for me, it was an emotional moment. It finally hit me that I was going to be his wife – it was surreal and perfect.
That experience empowered me to keep challenging myself to do things I think I don’t have the guts to do.
Despite all the self-doubt and fear, performing at Carnegie and achieving this goal has encouraged me to keep going, dreaming, and trying my best.
The success of our business today is because of the supportive atmosphere of the community.
What sets a dog apart from a human is that the dog provides ‘quiet companionship.’
-Cynthia Hinckley, Executive Director, Bright Spot Therapy Dogs
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