a goodbye, a hello

Well, it was fun while it lasted!  We're moving to online sales!

Serving our community in the very special way of warm welcomes and hugs in the beautiful ballroom of the historic Clermont Hotel was one of the greatest joys of my life.  For a family who was brand new in a town of so many multi-generational residents, immersing ourselves in your love and support was the sweetest embrace we could have ever imagined.  We are forever grateful for the opportunity to have met you all, and hope we have made a tiny, lasting impact on you!

Due to unforeseen circumstances that are completely out of our control, we have been forced to close our doors as of October 15th, 2022.  It's heartbreaking.  Gut-wrenching.  Honestly, it has been a very terrible truth to swallow, knowing that someone else's actions and errors have led us to this necessary change in business structure.  Don't be sad for me--I'm feeling a lot better as I type this, as the past few weeks have been a bit incomprehensible.  However, we all know that the universe guides us to where we need to be.  And we need to be right here in Clermont, just in a different way!

We will be thrilled to offer you free porch pick up and free local delivery (bear with me while I sort out all of these details), and of course will still be shipping to the USA via our website.  Our fun events such as The Main Street Market and A Very Clermont Christmas won't be going anywhere, either!  Markets will resume as planned in April of 2022, and our 2nd annual AVCC has simply been moved down the street to the larger and more parking-accommodating space at the Chattahoochee Center at 639 Main Street.  

Other positives (because I don't do well dwelling in a dark pit of sadness, sappiness, or doubt) include getting back to sharing recipes, blog posts, diy projects, and all the little things that showcase the heart of my business--my passion for sharing unique, affordable, and high-quality products, fun family stuff, and the personal connection that I'm so honored to share with you.  And hey...having more hours to volunteer in the town I love so much as a semi-retired 39 year old isn't a bad thing whatsoever!  My family and I have been endlessly blessed in this lifetime, and that has not been lost on me.

The next few weeks will be nothing short of a shit show--we're not putting lipstick on a pig here, people.  I've got to figure out how and where will be best to store all of your favorite shop items in our tiny little farmhouse, get moved out of this space, and continue to support my little athletes (my son is on the Jr. Trojans 10u football team and I coach my daughter's 2nd grade Jr. Trojans cheer squad).  It's going to be busy, it's going to be hard work, but I'm ready to tackle it and get back to work...in my sweatpants, in my home!

Thank you endlessly for your love and support.  Keep it up, because you are a bright spot in my life, and your light gives me strength!

See you soon, friends!

Best Wishes :: Warmest Regards,



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