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Monday, March 11, 2013
Cajun Corner - Vol. 5, No. 9
Cajun Corner – Vol.
5, No. 9 – March 11, 2013
Jour!Welcome to Cajun
Stitchery’s weekly email and welcome to our family.
Our customer saw pictures of her towels and just
loved them.Since she lives out of town
there was an issue of getting the towels to her.The whole transaction took on a humorous
turn.Her significant other was coming
for a few days.They also have a home on
PensacolaBeach.It was decided that the towels would be delivered to a mutual friend,
since I was meeting her anyway.The
mutual friend paid me and took the towels to the significant other to take to
the customer.The towel order seemed to
turn into a covert operation.Once the
delivery was made to our mutual friend, I sent an email:“The package has been delivered.”I’m still chuckling about the whole thing.
The birthday purses were received well.They were fun to make.It is just finding the time that is the
issue.The new monograms/fonts are
beautiful and some more were stitched out this week.
Last Wednesday Cajun Stitchery celebrated its 4th
anniversary.Yippee!!!Cajun Stitchery has made a lot of friends
along the way.And we are grateful for
each and every one of them.People call,
email, or walk in the door as customers and leave as friends.That is the Cajun way but I certainly hope
that says something for our quality of work and our customer service.
A few weeks ago a couple of ladies came by to
place an order for bowling shirts.The
ladies were friends of mine before the order.I happened to be baking bread in my bread maker at the time.As we talked and discussed the embroidery
design the aroma of the bread baking filled the room.One of the ladies told me that I should have
bread baking whenever I have customers over.I could get the reputation of “get your embroidery done at Cajun
Stitchery and get to sample her fresh baked bread.”She says that customers would order from me
just for the breanniad.Well, I certainly
hope that’s not why people order from Cajun Stitchery.I would rather it be the quality of the product
and the customer service, but if I am baking bread you are certainly welcome to
some of it.
We have so many embroidery designs that I still
haven’t gone through all of them.While
perusing the designs, I noticed a complete directory on projects.Someday when I have the time, those projects
are going to be created in our studio.One design is for tassels that, among other things, can hang from the
ceiling fans to turn them on and off.That would be so cute for decorating the house next door.All I need is time.
Yesterday was a quiet day around the house.The weather was beautiful and, of course, I
had to play in my garden a little.Many
of the peas that we planted two weeks ago have sprouted now.Aspirin and dish washing soap were mixed and
applied to many of the plants to help them grow.Of course, there was the usual trimming and
maintenance.We did harvest some
ginger.Now we have to figure out how to
use it in our cooking.
For dinner I was in charge of the salad.I cut a head of romaine lettuce from the
garden.Then I made a pesto with lots of
herbs from the garden, parsley, thyme, garlic, onion, rosemary, and
oregano.You can honestly taste the
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