When Mr. and Mrs. Higgins moved to the small town of Mayberry, they didn’t know anyone. They didn’t know how they would connect with the community. But, they quickly found their niche.
The Higginses were both originally from the city. They had always wanted to live in a small town, and when they finally retired, they made the move. They loved the slower pace of life and the friendly people.
Every day, they would walk downtown to get their coffee and chat with the shopkeepers. They soon knew everyone in town by name. They would stop and chat with their neighbors whenever they saw them. They were always quick to help out with anything that needed to be done.
The Higginses were the town’s unofficial ambassadors. They welcomed new residents and made everyone feel at home. They were always there to lend a helping hand. And, they were always quick to offer a listening ear and a shoulder to cry on.
Because of the Higginses, the town of Mayberry was a close-knit community. And, that was just the way they liked it.