If you prefer to shop in the boutiques on your own time frame, where there isn’t as much crowd at a time, that’s been a new option this year. (Kickin’ K Cattle Co in Quitman or P20 on the square in downtown Gilmer.)
If you prefer to shop online and have it shipped, that’s where we started and will always be. New features have been introduced this year as well, like the new "tap to shop" on Instagram and Facebook pictures. (website - www.gypsyfarmgirl.shop or etsy shop - www.gypsyfarmgirl.etsy.com, or shop our new Instagram and Facebook Shop.)
I’ve delivered to porches, hung wreaths on front doors and got money from under the doormat. I’ve delivered to funeral homes, cemeteries, church flowers, and set up weddings without having close (or any) contact with anyone.
I’ve met customers in country church parking lots, at fire station parking lots, and the Chevron parking lot... a lot.
Pandemic or not, that’s the way it’s been for years and that’s the way we plan to continue operating. We are here to help you in whatever way you are comfortable with and prefer. It’s been one busy, busy year! We are in the midst of our last event of 2020 (pics coming after Saturday night) and we can’t thank you all enough for the support you’ve shown us this year. Next week marks our 6th anniversary of quitting the day job and making GypsyFarmGirl our full time job (previously it was just a night and weekend gig that turned into full time and so much more.)
One of our local friends and customers hasn't been able to get out this year, but she has still shown considerable support and referrals to myself and other small businesses. She shared a Facebook post and it got me to thinking about all of this. You see, everyone's needs are not the same and you all deal with different things, circumstances, and issues whether its this year, last year, or in the future and I can fully respect that. I'm here to help all of my customers and provide options that help satisfy your needs.