About a week and a half ago, our little country store ran out of the tasty breakfast bisquits they have been selling for over three years that we have been customers. I just assumed they were out and needed to make a Sam's run for more supplies. The next day, they had a different bisquit in place of the regular ones and I thought it was just a temporary substitute until they could get to Sam's. After three days, I dedcided to be nosy and ask if they needed me to make the Sam's run for them and they politely informed me that they would no longer be cooking their bisquits, but will replace them with Bisquit Express bisquits. I guess it was a good deal for the store not having to mess with making Sam's runs and paying an employee to cook the bisquits and they get an easy kickback, but did they think about me, the customer, when they were making this transaction? No! I do not like the Bisquit Express bisquits. They are so nasty and do not go good with my beloved Sundrop! I have given this store my busisness for three years. I have scrapbooked my experiences with this store. I have blogged about this dear conutry store. The only reason why I am not in tears is because I recently asked where they bought their supplies. When George informed the store clerk (whom we have befriended) that I would be upset about the bisquits, she replied, "Watch Trudy be the only one who doesn't like the new bisquits!" She was right. I don't like them. I feel betrayed.
I'm finally moving towards owning my own painting company, after wanting one of almost 25 years. I've been gaining experience of painting for others for years, which I've truly enjoyed. I'm back in school, earning another degree, but this time in Business. By having the knowledge of the behind the scenes in business, I feel I'll have a greater advantage in direction I'm headed. I look forward to overcoming obstacles and moving toward my goal of being a successful business owner. The purpose of the blog is to track my progress, from overcoming my fears, to tracking my successes.