THE SPICE CUPBOARD at THE CINNAMON STICK

THE SPICE CUPBOARD at THE CINNAMON STICK
STORE HOURS
Thursday - Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Sunday - 12 pm to 4 pm
CLOSED- Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

...a newsy note

Sharing store email sent yesterday....

THE CINNAMON STICK
THE CINNAMON STICKFebruary 23, 2015
Hi Country Friends,

Is it SPRING yet? (rolling my eyes as I look out the window)!!

It may not be spring outside, however, inside The Cinnamon Stick flowers are blooming, bunnies have left their winter homes and the chirping of newborn peeps spreads "music" thru-out the store.
                         YES we are ready for SPRING!!
If you follow us on Facebook, you are aware that our little granddaughter Raelyn is in Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  She is in critical condition, the aftermath of viral pneumonia - your prayers for Raelyn and our family are most welcomed. (hugs)  Raelyn is a delight to everyone and we are anxious to bring her home.

The weather doesn't always cooperate with our store hours...if you are planning a visit and the weather is "iffy", please call in case of early closures.  (215-541-7907)

New goodies arrive daily as we prepare the store for Easter, spring and gardenthyme - it is exciting!  We won't be having a scheduled Spring Open House this season....between the weather, Raelyn and dock strikes - we are presenting our new wares as soon as they arrive.

I am working on two Easter Workshops and will be sending information soon.  Stay warm, stay safe and visit often!

                                    Mantra- patience is a virture,
                                          Your Country Friend,
                                                 Judy
                                 
     


Cadbury bunny is a pattern from Sweetpea Primitives.
                                   

1 comment:

Gayle said...

Your new header picture is so cute! I switched from bunnies to little yellow chicks for my spring & Easter decor several years ago, so I love seeing yours. The workshop sounds lovely - wish I lived close....