The Barn Has a Website!


Kind of. We can’t really decide if it’s just a place to find info on the store for non-Facebookers, another blog like Pajari Girls, or if we should at some point add e-commerce. Any and all thoughts are welcome! (Lois is not being very helpful, and I usually know just enough about any given subject to get into trouble.)

Mostly, we use Facebook to keep customers/friends up-t0-date on Life at The Barn. But not everyone likes or uses Facebook. True story.

That’s why I made this blog…to corral all our interests together.

However, a shocking number of people aren’t sure what a blog IS. (I was one of them until last August.)

That’s where www.CookDollarBarn.com comes in.

What do you think The Barn’s website should be about/contain?

Thanks,

The Employee of the Year

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Monday Thursday Friday Kathy on February 13, 2013 at 6:29 pm

    It is nice to know when you get new stuff in. Or when you’ve been out of something for awhile and got it in. I love seeing it on facebook so those email-connnected would probably like to know too. And just to keep us updated with the Pajari Girls antics.

    • Should I mention stuff Lois forgot to order? 😉 Thanks, Monday Friday Mostly Thursday Kathy! See you tomorrow? Don’t let me forget your box of stuff.

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