Abacoa & Alton Neighbors - August 2021

A u g u s t 2 0 2 1 | Abacoa &Alton N E I G H B O R S 21 loved it and hopes to continue,” Jessica says. “Mireya also loves to dance as well but she’s also very artistic. She’s very loving and definitely our cuddler. Both girls really enjoy cooking with their mother or in their imaginary kitchen.” Most importantly, both girls are very outgoing and have enjoyed the friends they’ve met in the neighborhood. The family currently lives in Alton. “We got lucky as we had to choose where we are going to live online because Pennsylvania did not allow residents to leave the state without quarantine when we needed to move for work. We had only been to Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter one time prior but were able to do most of this over the Internet and with the help of a good real estate agent. We could not be happier with our neighborhood selection,” Brian says. For them, the best part about living in Alton is that every night when they come home there are multiple kids playing outside and it feels very safe. “Our neighbors are great and have made us feel welcome right away. On Monday nights we frequently are at Lynora’s for Meatball Mondays. We also love the Food Truck Fridays in downtown Abacoa. We’ve been to multiple spring training and minor league games at Roger Dean and various concerts as well. Most recently we were able to enjoy fireworks and celebrate the 4th of July with a block party including many of our neighbors. This is the true treasure of the area as you really do not have to leave Alton or Abacoa to find good dining or activities for the family.” Fun Facts about the Hills: Jessica is a fantastic artist. She is self-taught and has several paintings in the house, and Brian enjoys making homemade pizzas. “On Friday nights we love to make pizzas and then watch a good movie and enjoy popcorn together.” If the Hill Family had a motto to live by, what would it be? “Live for the moment. Like any family we’ve suffered unexpected losses and thus we like to live every day to the fullest without knowing what life may bring tomorrow,” Dr. Hill says. RESIDENT FEATURE