Secrets of Siobhán's smile: revealed!
Hello there, I am Siobhán from the UK. Good old London to be specific. Although I have been coming back and forth to KISC since Summer 2012, this is my first time as smile of the week (except when I was part of a team smile of the week)! It is getting dangerously close to the end of the Autumn season and I am more than elated to share with you just a few of the reasons why my smile has no longer gone unnoticed.
First of all, this month has been a big turning point in my Pinkie career. This is the month where delightful Diogo (PT) (also known as Drogo, Diogolo, Diego and Cat Entertainer) flew the KISC nest and left me all on my own to tackle being Reception Manager. I have gladly taken on this challenge and would like to think that I now rule the front office with an iron fist. But in the end I think it is Von Bon who rules the place. She draws people in with her glistening eyes and soft fur and meowwwwwwww’s that seem to go on forever (this is why I have taken her hostage in the picture above). With Autumn being a low season tis the season to attempt all those little projects that were not possible in Summer. The satisfaction I get when I tick something off of my never-ending to do list does make me smile.
Another beautiful thing this week that has got me smiling is the gorgeous weather in Kandersteg at the moment (although this is about to stop with the snow we are due this weekend). One lunch time last week we played a pretty intense game of Frisbee all lunch time long in the fresh Autumn Sun. Six pinkies running about in front of the Chalet chasing after a flying plastic disc must have been a sight for passers-by.
These past few months I have felt so content and happy in this little village that I am so grateful to call home. So why not come join me and experience the magic of KISC, whether it be as staff or a guest. I guarantee you will be grinning like a Cheshire cat before, during, at the end and after your trip! Like myself, you will most certainly catch the KISC bug and forever spend your life wanting to return to this wondrous place (trust me it’s not a bad thing).