Quilter’s Comfort Seasonings in Indianapolis
From there, we traveled over to Artisano’s with its clear containers of all types of herbs spices, seasonings, salts and stainless decanters filled with plain and infused olive oils. The staff was liberal with their time and information.
It was after 3:00 pm when Donna and I arrived at 3 Sisters. By this time, I thought I was finally remembering how to relax on these types of business visits. Waiting to meet the owner, I overheard a team member announcing to the owner that she had a visitor; to which she replied softly. “I am not supposed to be here”. Then she glanced at me, and immediately came out to introduce herself. She told me that she knew she should speak with me the moment she saw my hat!”
Before leaving, we took a picture in front of her first business sign, one she painted herself. A young woman was there, maybe her daughter, I don’t know and I did not note her name, so someone reading this please let me know so I can correct that. She was asked to join our conversation and she took this picture for us and told me if I needed the picture tweaked, send it back to her and she would improve it as necessary! So much easy generosity! I said something to the young woman, about my appreciation of the hugs and the general positive attitudes and her reply was, “Its all about family”.
Here I am with my new seasoning display basket!
and Patricia's Wellness Arts Cafe and Quilter's Comfort Teas