Last June, I crashed my Harley riding down from Silverton. It broke my leg and seven ribs. It was a long recovery.
I work at Brennan’s Exxon. It is one of the finest local businesses here in Durango, owned and operated by the wonderful Brennan family for generations. Their employees and devoted customers share a sense of family. Because of them and the friends I am blessed to have, I received such unselfish and gracious spiritual, emotional and financial support – and it humbled me to my knees.
I personally know many of them; some I’ve have never met and perhaps never will – they gave their support to a complete stranger, me.
I am writing this to share my gratitude to each and every one of them who have made a huge impact on my life.
There is a certain thread of goodness spun through every town and Durango is no exception.
Yes, our town has changed throughout the years, but the old-fashioned heart of Durango lives on.
I have loved living here for many years and am so proud to live in this little town with such a very big heart.
Shari St. MichaelsDurango