We are only half way through the week and it feels as if 5 days have gone by already! I had some issues with my cable TV/Internet service this week. Apparently, a team of construction workers renovating our building accidentally cut some wires, and it took a week for my company to make it to our location to fix it! They failed to show at 2 of the appointments we had set. I was so upset, I cancelled my plan upgrade, and advised them it is very easy to switch to a company that will have more integrity in keeping the appointments they set. All in all, I calmed down and everything is now back to normal.
This is my update of the week-end. We had a sad Saturday. My food vendor neighbor and I did not show up to the flea market after we suspected it would be closed due to the weather. We called and left messages to check ahead of time but with so many vendors at the flea market, the responsible party never got the chance to return our calls. Of course, we found out the next day that the market had opened Saturday and were both deeply disappointed. However, we are pioneers! We showed up Sunday! Sunday was AMAZING! Our crepes stand received twice as many customers as we usually do. I got some fantastic suggestions from my wonderful customers and wrote them all down. my favorite moment was when I witnessed my customer eat his crepe at a speed I had rarely seen before! lol Really, the things are huge, but he was still trying to scoop out every bit of food left on his plate. I was proud to see his satisfaction and I honestly believe that this single event made my day!
More, news! As we were bored, at some point, with no customer to serve, my eight year old daughter and her new friend inspired me to flip crepes … higher than I usually do … lol I quickly mixed together some flour and water (not the real recipe for my delicious crepes, which can also be flipped), and we called the crepes I made with that dough: “The Play Crepes”! ….. and so I flipped, one flip, two flips, higher and higher until at last …. the Play Crepes would hit the ground! It was so much fun, I even got a customer to clap, yelling: “Good job”! This inspired me to create an activity! Not only will I flip The Play Crepes, but you are all invited to attempt flipping a Play Crepe yourself, for however long and however high you can flip it until it hits the ground! The cost of this new activity will be $.25 cents per Play Crepe! (or, a quarter, for those who prefer words to numbers) – So join us at 10:00 am on Saturdays only for a chance at crepes flipping at the Londonderry Flea Market! It’s not hard. It’s fun! I’ll give you some pointers.
Finally, please note that this business is dedicated to its customers. I have for a few months been helping a lady in need of assistance once a week (twice on some occasions). Although I provide her with help customized to her needs, her needs are not explicitly described in the services description section of A.J.E.X. Groceries Delivered’s website. The fact is, it is clear that my customers have a need for privacy and confidentiality because each situation is different. It is of great importance to me that I maintain this ethical relationship with them. My services are customized to your lifestyle. In sharing this with you, I hope to communicate to you the fact that your situation, even if not a complete match to what you see on this website, is one that I can consider and attempt to accommodate in order to help you make it through whatever need you are trying to fill. your health requires a special diet, your have no time to shop and make dinner because your job requires that you work long hours, etc. Don’t hesitate to call or contact me to discuss your concerns. Another Lady friend, whom I provide assistance to occasionally, has been able to assist me greatly herself, in her own way, and we found a friendship and working relationship that has worked for us both so far.
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