It was such an honor today celebrating The Green Corner Store's 9th Birthday. What better way to celebrate your birthday is to have The Little Mermaid herself attend your birthday bash. Both adults and kids were enjoying getting the pictures taken with The Little Mermaid. She came with her bag packed to paint the faces of the eager little ones. Community Bakery was on hand and furnished beautiful blue and purple cupcakes. The Green Corner store provided their wonderful tea, which included a mermaid blend. Various door prizes were being given away, including a beautiful custom mermaid cake.
Shelly, Owner of The Green Corner Store located in the SOMA District of Little Rock has good reasons to celebrate. This awesome store has "green" products from soaps, candles, cleaning supplies, handcrafted artesian jewelry, toys, crafts and so much more. They pride themselves in carrying products that are healthier for people, our pets and better for the planet. They have a wide range of products made in the beautiful Natural State of Arkansas. Their belief is everyone can have a more sustainable way of life without sacrificing style, convenience or comforts.
I was so glad to visit with Shelly and look forward to many more conversations. Shelly moved to Arkansas from Alabama where she had been in retail for many years. She wanted to use products that were not only good for the environment, but natural and have a local influence. There wasn't many places locally to find what she was looking for so she put her retail experience to use and opened The Green Corner Store in July 2009. Nine years later this wonderful store is still going strong.
If you are a tea fanatic like me you will love the beautiful tea bar. They have over 30 types of loose leaf tea that have been sourced worldwide and blended in the Savoy Tea Lab in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Choose from black, green, white and many others including organic herbal teas. You can purchase them to take home or give them as a gift in their wonderful bags or tins. The Green Corner Store can even host a tea party custom for you to celebrate birthdays, baby showers, bridal showers, engagements, book clubs, social clubs or even business meetings. For information about packages and pricing, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 501-374-1111.
The Green Corner Store is located in the popular SOMA District of Downtown Little Rock right down from the beautiful Bernice Gardens at 1423 Main St D, Little Rock, AR 72202.
"FOOD AS IT SHOULD BE" might be Panera Bread's slogan thus far. However, this guy pictured on the left is as friendly and yet "cool" as a General Manager should be.
Meet Aaron Fluck
My goodness I have known Aaron for years. We were visiting about this the other day. I first met Aaron over 16 years ago when he was a waiter at Cracker Barrel. I love to chat with whomever is waiting on my table. In fact, I think sometimes my family would hope that I would just sit, be quiet and eat my dinner. I thought that is what parent's said to kids?
My daddy loved to chat, kid and pick on the waiters/waitresses. I guess he passed it down for me to take over now that he is gone. Aaron and I hit it off quick. This guy has a great personality and is full of life. Advanced the clock several years and he made an appearance for a bit at the Panera Bread Pleasant Ridge location.
I would stop in faithfully every morning at Pleasant Ridge to get tea. Let's just say that some of the folks would forget to put the sugar in the tea or forget to stir it. Sometimes it would be what I call "a little weak in the knees" meaning ........too much sugar and water for the tea. I like my tea strong as avid coffee drinkers like their coffee. I have been known to stir the tea and and make sure it had color to it. Aaron and I would laugh and watch the others reactions. These were the days when Panera served sweet tea. One of the lady's would hurry over when I walked in to stir the tea and holler "Mrs. Pat I stirred your tea." We all would laugh about it. I often would go by and ring the bell and holler "order up" just to see the reaction from the others. I would even be known to take the orders from the counter to the customers, just a time or two. I have met some great people at Panera and I call them my friends.
Advanced the clock another couple of years and this cool looking guy is the General Manager of Panera's Midtown location. I was so pleased to see that he made General Manager. When it comes to customer service, this guy is top of the pyramid. He's friendly, charming, funny and energetic. All great qualities for a perfect General Manager in the hospitality industry.
Aaron is married with two young children and enjoys spending time with them. I would have pegged him to be a "classic rock-n-roll" guy but he tells me he enjoys "EP" music. I learn something new everyday. Although, he said he could take my classic rock-n-roll, I guess that's okay with me.
My favorite sandwich at Panera is the breakfast egg & cheese croissant, egg over easy. I just wished they would serve it all day and night. Panera serves up an excellent chicken and wild rice soup as well. Whatever your favorite sandwich, soup or salad is, please don't forget to get the dessert for .99 cents.
If you want some great food, great service, a little spunk, this is the perfect location for you. You will be treated right with these folks. Be sure and stop in and tell Mr. Fluck hello from me.
xoxo - Pat
While most go to Starbucks for their morning coffee, I go for these people. When it comes to coffee, I am what you call a "weak" drinker. When I do drink coffee, I have to load it up with tons of creamer and splenda to be able to handle it.
These ladies have mastered my favorite "Patty" smoothie that over time we have mixed and changed and laughed over. It starts out with what we call "frozen chocolate milk." Cold non-fat milk, 1.5 pumps of their superb mocha, frozen, double blended is the mixture. They use what they call "banana ice" to get the frozen technique. This originally came from the drink that is called a "Vivanno." The Vivanno contained either strawberries or bananas and protein powder. I am highly allergic to any type of strawberries, fake or real. My stomach doesn't handle protein powder of any sorts. When it comes to bananas that is where we laugh the most. If the bananas have any type of spots on them I won't touch them. I don't even want to look at them. I like them when they just turn yellow from the green when they are picked.
I have been coming in the Starbucks on Kavanaugh for years. I would come in and look at the bananas and they were either ripe beyond my personal choice, or gone from other customers purchasing the bananas to eat. I would run up to the Kroger around the corner and purchase bunches of the bananas, so that I could have my smoothie. One day it was raining so hard and no bananas were to be found. I thought let's just make it without the banana. Crystal (pictured in the middle) mixed it first as the normal smoothie except without the banana. It was literally frozen chocolate milk the first few times. One day magic occurred and the "Patty" smoothie was born.
Vanessa (pictured left) asked for my name years ago for the drink label. I said it is Pat. She looked at me "I'll call you Patricia" she said. Crystal refers to me as Ms Patty. Thus the drink "Patty" was born. We even joked that we need a "Patty" button to ring it up faster and for the barista's that are new.
What makes this Starbucks so special? It isn't the drink mastered over time. It is the hospitality and exceedingly customer service that you receive. My morning would not be the same if I didn't stop in before work. These folks fill my morning with laughter and conversations. Gabby (pictured right) hasn't been working as long as Vanessa and Crystal but she has filled my heart with smiles and love.
I sat down with these fine ladies for a spotlight feature along with Store Manager, Gabriel Saldana.
Vanessa I have known the longest. She is a delight and full of laughter and smiles. This photo best describes her. Vanessa is happily married for over 30 years, has two children and speaks of them often. Vanessa takes the time to wish everyone a great morning and goes beyond showing hospitality by genuinely carrying to hear your stories. Vanessa loves to spend time reading and learning. She spends most of her off time devoting to helping others and working with various non-profit organizations. Vanessa is an outstanding person and has shown much love and laughter over the years.
The master of all barista's in my book. Crystal is 30 and single. However, she does speak of a boyfriend often. . . sorry guys...she is off limits. Crystal prides herself in showing hospitality. She loves to read and is known as the "cupcake" lady. She loves to bake cupcakes and her friends love them. Crystal will work diligently to make sure that your drink order is perfect. I think she is the only person that I haven't mind calling me Patty. I have a plan to try-out these famous cupcakes of hers later.
Gabby is a doll. She is 20 years old and full of smiles and laughter. She also loves to read on her off time. Greg and I were eating dinner not long ago at On The Border. Gabby spotted us and ran over to tell me hello and gave a hug. She has mastered "The Patty" drink to perfection. If this smile won't get your morning kicked off with a good start, I don't know what will.
Meet "Gabe" Gabriel
At first I am sure Gabe thought I was a little crazier than most. I like to joke about the bananas and before we mastered the "Patty" without them, I wouldn't get a drink. Gabe would make sure that those bananas were at the store. This Starbucks doesn't use frozen bananas, they make sure the bananas are fresh. Most people will eat a banana ripe and won't care about the spots. I would joke and say please hide those bananas so I can't see them. He would get tickled.
Gabriel Saldana is a superb store manager. He has been with with Starbucks for 12 years. Gabe moved to Little Rock six years ago with his wife. They have four boys ages, 8, 7, 6 and 1 and a half. He enjoys spending his time off playing with those boys and keeping them in fun activities.
"Customer Feedback" is the most important thing to Starbucks, states Gabe. Starbucks has developed many of their drinks and coffee varieties from customer feedback. This location goes beyond hospitality and customer service. I have seen the same customers every morning for years stopping in this location. The store is friendly, clean, and customer service is their priority.
I look around and see the same group of men sitting on the couches in the lobby. I hear their conversations regarding life, sports, politics and the morning news. I spoke with some of them and they said they have been coming in this location for over 15 years. That says it all!
Starbucks on Kavanaugh is a neighborhood cafe, located in the prestige old neighborhood known as the "Heights." Come in, grab a coffee, pastry or sandwich and enjoy the conversations, smiles and laughter. Give "Patty" a try, you just might like her.
Located at: 5719 Kavanaugh Blvd, Little Rock, AR 72207 Open from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m. Monday - Friday, 5:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Saturdays and 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Sunday's.
xoxo - Pat
HOSPITALITY IS ALIVE! - MEET RONDA
If you have ever been through the busy drive through lane at Chick-Fil-A #11525, you have surely met Ronda. This Chick-Fil-A is super busy and the drive-thru lane can wrap outside this Pleasant Ridge Location.
This fine lady makes it worth the wait. Not taking anything away from the great food and service that Chick-Fil-A offers, but Ronda is a delight! It doesn't matter if it is early morning rush, lunch, or anytime that she is working, it is all smiles from Ronda.
Ronda will sing, dance, and have great conversations while you are waiting on your order. In fact, I wish sometimes that it took a little longer to get the order so that I can be entertained a tad longer.
Ronda is married, has one daughter and one son. She is blessed with two grandsons ages 3 and 5. She loves to feed the ducks with her grandsons on her days off. Ronda has worked for this Chick-Fil-A going on two years. "I love making my customers happy and my co-workers are my family. I couldn't do it without a great team" is what Ronda told me when I asked her what she liked most about working. I go through the lane for my morning iced tea and my spirits are immediately lifted when she greets at the window. In fact, when I asked her could I feature her for the blog segment she was thrilled. The picture I grabbed says it all.
The Restaurant Chain is known nationwide to rank high in customer service by their courtesy. Hospitality and Courtesy you will receive with this Restaurant. Ronda is a good as gold when it comes to hospitality. Chick-Fil-A often known for the quote "my pleasure" means it.
If you are in the surrounding Little Rock area drop into this location. If you are having a bad day at work, or the morning isn't going just right, this lady will definitely put a smile on your face. Tell Ronda......Pat from Sweet Yellow Cornbread wants her to do her little dance for you.
xoxo - Pat
Meet Emily Weaver - Cake by Emily
I can't say enough good things about this adorable lady. I was spending time on my Instagram engaging when I saw this stunning cake done in my favorite pattern of Toile. I love anything Toile, especially if it is in blue and white.
What impressed me the most was the detail of artistry. I couldn't believe it was a cake! This cake was so beautiful I wouldn't want to eat it. I clicked on the profile and saw Cake By Emily. I realized that she was located in my home town of Little Rock. I messaged her via Instagram Direct and gave her my email address so that I could meet and hear her story.
I was so glad that I got the chance to meet this adorable lady. I was going to feature her as part of a series for Home Business Spotlight but when I arrived and saw the cutest little blonde boy (Gaylen) meeting me at the door with his dog, I knew that she would have to also be my next Modern Mom. I went inside and there was also her three year old son (Wayne) playing quietly on his game in the living room, so focused he didn't even look up to see the dog barking, the brother talking and a stranger in his house. I bet he will be taking after his father when he is older. Emily's husband (KIP) is in his Residency at Arkansas Children's Hospital.
If having two boys ages three and two doesn't keep you busy enough, she has a beautiful 8-month old girl named Hudson as well. I didn't get to see Hudson on this visit, she was upstairs napping. I am impressed that she can juggle these three little angels and focus on such detail work.
Emily graduated from Sanford University in Memphis with an Art Degree. She has been trained in Fine Art. "I am unofficially trained in baking by my mother" Emily states. She has picked up the love of baking and putting her amazing art talent to work by the artistry she puts into the design. She offers custom cakes, cookies and cupcakes.
Emily now 27, has been married to her high school sweetheart for five years. This beautiful mom represents what Modern Moms are about. She spends time raising these adorable children and helping out with the budget by putting her talent to use.
Be sure and check out the Cake By Emily website for details and to custom order your next cookies, cupcakes or one of those stunning cakes. She offers cakes in all sizes and for all occasions including weddings.
Great job Emily!
xo xo - Pat
Those who know me know that I am a tea fanatic! I would rather have a good glass of tea than the best steak money can buy. I tend to frequent my favorite tea places often! Often meaning sometimes daily or I have been known to go twice daily! If you follow me on Instagram you will see a photo of my tea glass from Newk's often.
What better way to celebrate National Tea Month is spotlighting some of the best folks that I know that are hospitable, courteous and genuinely care about folks.
My favorite place to get ice tea isNewk's Eatery at 314 S University Ave in Little Rock @ Midtown. There tea is always fresh, never sour and is the perfect blend. The cups are large enough that when I take it back to work with me it isn't gone in five minutes!
I often pop my head through the back entrance daily to get just my tea. It is worth the 15 minute drive at lunch just for this tea! That's 15 minutes each way with traffic. The employees there are some of the most friendliest group of people I have met. They don't care that I am just coming for tea. These guys treat me as if I just ordered food for 100. In fact, they wave and say "You here for your tea"?
I wanted to spotlight three of the guys who stand out and speak the most. I sat down with these three guys to get to know more about them as individuals.
The best part about Newk's is that you really don't know who is the GM over a Manager or a Customer Service Employee. While they may wear different color shirts, you don't see Title Tags on their clothing. When speaking to all three of the guys, they all agreed that Newk's Eatery is a family-friendly employer. They get off major holiday's to enjoy some relaxation and free time to focus on their hobbies, families, etc.
Meet Corey Irwin. Corey is the General Manager. He has been with Newk's for five years. Originally from Nebraska, he was raised in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He's 41 and single and loves woodworking. Corey is well liked as a GM and you can tell by speaking and watching him with other employees, he cares for each one of them. Corey's hard work pays off with this Restaurant. The Restaurant's quality is consistent, clean and customer service is top-notch! He is always busy helping customers, answering the phone, making food or just about anything that needs to be done. Great job Corey!
Meet Mark Bowers. Mark is the Assistant Manager and has been with this Newk's Restaurant since it opened six years ago. Mark hands me my tea glass the most! I walk in and don't have to say one word. He has the glass out and ready. It doesn't matter if it is early in the morning, or later in the day, that cup is out and waiting for me! Mark is 41 and single as well! Mark loves the outdoors and enjoys hiking, camping. He likes all genres of music! Great Job Mark!
Meet Justin Shutes. This picture of Justin says it all. All smiles all the time! Justin is so friendly and always asks how I am doing today! "Justin makes sure the dining room is kept perfect" says Corey Irwin, GM. He didn't have to tell me that. I spot Justin every time I am at the Newk's. If I happen to have time to sit down for lunch, he always comes up and makes sure I have everything. Justin knows that I love my tea and those bread-n-butter pickles! Justin is 31 and has been with Newk's for a little over two years. He says spending time with his 10-year old daughter is his favorite thing to do. They enjoy playing games and just hanging out. He loves old school R & B music! The best part about working at Newk's "is the atmosphere is family friendly and it feels like home!" Great job Justin!
All three of these guys were very humbled when I told them I wanted to feature them for the Hospitality Spotlight. Thank you all for being top-notch!
P.S. Ladies if you are in the surrounding Little Rock area you might out to stop in this location!
xoxo - Pat
What is hospitality?
Hospitality is a generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers. I tend to frequent places that go that extra mile on hospitality or just plain common courtesy. It takes less energy to be polite than it does to be harsh. Strangers can become friends overtime..
I have been stopping by the Walgreens Pharmacy located at Cantrell & Mississippi for many years. This store opens at 7:00 a.m. Often times I am at the door awaiting to be the first in. I love smaller scale stores because it is faster to grab morning snacks, cosmetics, etc. After my leg injury, it is worth for me to pay a little extra than to try and tackle a large department store.
My favorite part of stopping at this particular Walgreens is to visit with Callie Epperson. Callie has been at this Walgreens for over eight years. Married, with two grown children and a grandmother. "I am finding out that I like to sing" is what she said she most discovered about herself. Callie sings in the church choir at the Baptist Church in Morrilton, Arkansas where her husband has been the Pastor the last five years. She said that he has been in the Ministry business for over 20 years.
Callie is the definition of hospitality. Callie is kind and loves to listen about life stories. We spoke often about my kids throughout the years. She loved looking at the photos of David's Wedding as she opened to make sure they were developed properly. Last Christmas I gave Callie a glass with silver glass charms that I had made for my friends and co-workers. Callie was so pleased to find that someone appreciated her kindness. She immediately took the glass back to where her employee locker was so it wouldn't get broken.
I remember several years ago, I went in the store on a cold day with a cup of hot chocolate in hand. Callie was filling a little under the weather and said how wonderful the hot chocolate smelled. I decided to go across the street to the Starbucks and returned back with hot chocolate to surprise her. She was so excited and so appreciative. She couldn't believe that I went back just to bring her one. I was as blessed from her smiles and thankfulness.
Hospitality is a two way street. Be kind to one another and for everyone who asks receives, and the one who seeks finds, and to the one who knocks it will be opened.
Over the next several weeks I will be "spotlighting" some everyday people who show kindness, common courtesy and simple hospitality throughout Little Rock. Hospitality is alive and well in this City and it starts with each of us.
P.S. Callie your hair and makeup looks just great!
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By default I am a hyper person. I definitely was born that way. I always have to be doing something. I work full time as a Systems Administrator/Administrator for a local General Contractor who specializes in Restaurant Construction. We build/manage restaurants throughout the Mid-South. The difference between Restaurant Construction and other Commercial Construction Projects is that Restaurants turn over from ground-up in about 120 days.
From bidding, to starting, to closing a project requires a huge amount of attention to detail as well as lots and lots and lots of paperwork! I can concentrate on something for long periods of time. I am just hyper, needing to be doing something. My brain is going even when I sleep, which isn't much.
The kids are gone and we are empty nesters, except for the four animals that we have. My little Shiatzu, (Shitzu) which I named Blake Shelton. Yes, I named him Blake Shelton because I love Blake Shelton. I already had an animal named Elvis growing up so I didn't think I could have another one with that name. In fact, I had a cat named Presley as well, so there is that!
I decided that I would Blog. Why not? My neighbor blogs, my friends blog, I see everyone talking about Blogging on Facebook, etc. etc. Thus, I formed Sweet Yellow Cornbread. You can read about where the name came from in the About Section.
In just a little over two months time I have become quite busy. I had a few articles that I have "pitched" and they have been accepted and one has been published. My goal was to get an Article published for an on-line magazine and make new friends. That has been accomplished and I am very pleased. I had no idea that this would happen so quick. I had no idea that I would have so much fun in doing this "blogging."
In fact, I didn't tell my family I was going to blog until I did just that. Let's just say...they laughed! Did they not take me serious? Did they not think I could do it? I don't know. I don't think they are laughing now. I think they are just smiling and are thankful that I am not bugging them to do something with me all the time! I bet they are celebrating with each other that I have found something to keep me out of their hair. Hmm...…..
My neighbor said on her blog..."blogging is not for the weak" Well, she hit that right on the nose. Blogging takes a whole lot of time, sure I am a software technical guru so that part was easy. Setting up the website and the Blog was no big deal for me. Coming up with the name was no big deal for me. Photography was no big deal for me. What is the big deal is the time it does take in finding stories, writing the stories, creating recipes, taking photos of the food you made. WAIT.......that is not even the half of it. Then you find yourself making cute little Pinterest art with the photos, writing the recipes for the blog post, tagging the blog post back to your Pinterest, your Instagram, your You-tube or whatever platform you want to reach out to.
In less than two months, I have been able to try out some products. Review the products and write the reviews and the posts about the products. That part is fun and the products have been something we have really liked. So, if you see me post about soap, lights, etc. etc. it is because I have been asked to try out the product and give a review. I am happy to do so.
I have set up some interviews and met some really neat new people. I have reconnected with some old friends to be able to feature their stories in the upcoming months. I am booked pretty solid for the next month or so on great features that will be coming out soon in various on-line places. I am very thankful and grateful for this opportunity to find something that I really enjoy!
You do spend a good bit of your time engaging with others. Engaging by sharing your photos, your pins, your blog posts, etc. throughout various other groups. The Blogging Network is huge! Think about it this way.....Blogging is WORLD WIDE! It isn't state-wide or even just within our great Country. I have met and engaged with others from all over the World. It is very fascinating and intriguing.
I admit I was a little skeptical as well. I thought blogging was just people writing to do their diary on an on-line form. Well, I guess it can be. But for me, it is much more than that! I want to tell other peoples stories. I want to share photos and recipes from others as well. In the meantime, if I so happen to get the pleasure of having grand kids in the future, then maybe they will have some of my heritage or legacy passed down to them.
This is my Birthday Eve night and the last day I will be 55. I can say that I have accomplished more than I ever dreamed I would have. I had the pleasure of training and teaching hundreds how to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Project, Access Development and many other Platforms. I had the honor to teach some of our prestige "Your Honors" as well as Doctors, Lawyers, Bankers, Nurses, Engineers, Preachers, Teachers, Contractors, and the list goes on and on. I had the privilege to teach some of the our finest Military including Majors, and I once had a 3 Star General in one of my computer classes.
I sign off for now. I flew past 55 at a high speed. I think I will keep blogging at 56 and hopefully for several more years. Don't worry this blogging won't be much about me except for an occasional blurb, etc. You will be introduced to some interesting folks coming just around the corner.
I spoke with the gentleman that had the perfect honey I was looking for. Sun Harvest Honey, located in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Pat Cullivan has been harvesting bees since 2008. He manages his own hives and his honey is unfiltered raw and 100% pure. I can not wait to try this in my next batch of granola.
Be sure and take your spouse, kids and event pets as you walk around this beautiful Market. There are many other vendors and you can grab a bite to eat from the local food truck. I can't believe this is the first time for me to visit this wonderful market. Arkansas is known as the Natural State not just for the amazing parks, lakes and streams but also for the Arkansas Grown Markets.
This wonderful Market was started as an Outreach Ministry and Mission for the Church in 2010. A wonderful contribution to the Hillcrest Neighborhood located at 2200 Kavanaugh Blvd. Opened year round, it operates on Saturday mornings. May - September Season hours are from 7 AM to Noon. The October-April Season is from 8 AM to Noon.
I will be visiting this Market regularly from now on. However, I will go first thing so I can catch some of the wonderful baked goods! Be sure and visit the Market's website at: http://www.phbclr.com/about/guest-info/hillcrest-farmers-market/ to sign up as a Merchant or Volunteer.
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