We have started a new blog for the boutique that I work at! Check it out! www.ozzieltd.blogspot.com
Soon they will be starting a website where you can do some online shopping. If you cannot make it into the store, because you live in another state maybe, you can still see the store, and even order some of the treasures it holds!
Thanks for taking a peek!
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
I LOVE my job! Just a year ago I decided to take a break from teaching and become a pastor's wife again. I just didn't have to time to do it the way I wanted to while teaching at St. John's. It also seemed like the best thing to do for our family. I had my jewelry business, and decided to focus on it as my source of income, along with teaching piano lessons.
In the summer I began working one day a week at Ozzie's, LLC, a local boutique that carries my jewelry. My one day a week has turned into 3 days a week right now, and it is looking like possibly more. I am decorating the store, and I just LOVE it!!!! The ladies I work with have become some of my closest friends. They are so fun and so thoughtful. I also love all the people I am meeting working in the store. It seems as though we are not just a great store to go to to pick up a great gift, it is also a place to go to get away from your troubles. Many people come in to be cheered up on a bad day. I love being able to listen to their woes and possibly help cheer them up!
If you have never been into the store, and you are in the area, you should check it out! We specialize in accessories and garden items. We have great jewelry, purses, scarves, and shoes! The garden items are original and so darn cute! It is hard to work there and come away with a paycheck!
I am posting pictures of the store at Christmas along with the girls I work with. I will post spring pictures when the flowers are blooming! Stop in and see the "Ozzie Girls" sometime. We are located in downtown Corydon in the old Branham Tavern on Capitol Ave. We are about a block from the old capitol building.
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