What a lovely way to do business

Today I began early, putting together a proposal for a project that may or may not come to fruition.  It was fun exploring all the different aspects.  

Job done I set off to Meitheal, a wonderful cafe in the heart of Dunlavin to deliver an order of my greeting cards.  A warm greeting and chat over tea an coffee with the manager, sitting with sunshine streaming in the window.  There is a definite feel good factor about this place.  It is really worthwhile checking out! https://www.meithealcoffeeshop.com 

On to Woodbine Books (www.WoodbineBooks.iein Kilcullen with another order -  a beautiful bookshop where it is so easy to spot exactly what you are looking for - and have a coffee in a comfortable armchair while deciding which title draws you the most. 

Before leaving Kilcullen I managed to buy Barry's Loose Leaf Tea- which has alluded me for weeks.  

- and finallyI put together a pack for Kilkenny for posting.   

(The Tuckmill Craft Shop and Gallery in Naas received their order last week, together with a new painting for the gallery - again a treasure trove here.)

Then it was time to head  to the Network Kildare Event in Killashee House Hotel for an inspiring talk / workshop by Jo Collins who recommends,  amongst other things, sending 'Thank you ' cards in business  'Sell to your customer the way they want to buy'

I feel very lucky to do business with such wonderful people and in such great places.

Just saying!

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