November 21, 2018
Recently I've started the practice of starting my day with writing down all of the things I'm grateful for in my life. Sitting quietly and being in the present moment and thinking about the good in your life is a powerful thing.
For me, focusing on gratitude helps keep me in the present moment and helps me focus on what's important in my life.
To state things simply, we are so grateful to be doing what we love in the City that we love.
The Austin community has supported us from the beginning and we cherish the new friends we've made over the past seven years. Our customers have become our extended family and for that we're eternally grateful.
Photo for Tribeza by Leah Muse
“we’ll be thinking of all the families who’ve included us in their Thanksgiving celebrations"
We're also so grateful for our Tiny Pies team. We could not do what we do without our Tiny Pies "family." They are the hardest- working, most dedicated group of people I've ever had the privilege of working with and we feel truly blessed. They all work crazy hours, lose sleep and are away from their families during Thanksgiving week so that we can provide pies for our extended family, our customers.
We like to say that we're in the business of "Baking Up Smiles" and as we sit down to Thanksgiving Dinner this year, we'll be thinking of all the families who've included us in their Thanksgiving celebrations. It truly warms our heart to think of all of our customers who will be sharing stories and creating their own family memories while enjoying Tiny Pies. We're honored to have become a part of their family traditions.
There's is no better business to be in and no better City to be doing it in than Austin, Texas. From the bottom of our hearts we wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for allowing our pies to grace your Thanksgiving table.
Amanda and KIt