"Our family business provides equality of service to everyone. As followers of Jesus, we believe everyone matters, and each tiny act - whether in our personal lives or in our business- can impact someone's life. We are here to serve and do good to the best of our ability."
Even tiny decisions.
How long we leave the water running when we brush our teeth. Would being more water conscious, and making one tiny adjustment, make a difference in someone's life twenty years from now because we were just a little more conservative with our own use?
If we smile at someone at the grocery store, will that add just a tiny bit of joy to their day?
If we slow down at an onramp and allow four people onto the freeway, would that tiny decision reduce a fellow driver's stress just a tiny bit?
If we refrain from lashing out at a stranger on social media because we have differing views of life, would that reduce the level of anger in society by a tiny fraction?
If we choose to honor others for their efforts by showing respect and grace rather than judging their failures, criticizing and humiliating them, would there be a tiny bit less friction in the world?
We personally try to live our lives aware of how each tiny thing we do can influence others.
We strive to be aware of these little tiny moments each day in our business and in our home.
It doesn't mean that we act perfectly. Quite the contrary. We fail. A LOT. Just ask our kids! It doesn't mean that we always make the right choices, or the choice that others might personally approve of. It doesn't mean that we will become a radical champion for some social cause, or keep in step with every politically correct dogma.
It means that we try to do good and to serve others in grace and in love.
In each decision we make in our home and in our business, we want to make tiny differences. Because tiny differences are like tiny grains of sand.
Alone, they are not very significant. But collectively they can create a vast expanse like a desert, a beach, or an ocean floor. Tiny acts add up. For better or worse.
We will fail. We will disappoint. We all do.
And if we fail you in some way, or if others (hello USPS) fail you on our behalf, we hope that our efforts to make it right will give you the confidence that we will always try to serve you well and do good.
Bottom Line: You matter to us.
Not simply because your purchase helps us pay our bills and live our lives, but because you are an important person - our fellow traveler on this road we call life - and we met here at The Tiny House Farm.
So when you open your Tiny House Farm package, we hope there is a moment of joy or a tiny element of surprise.
We hope that we exceed your expectations even if by just a tiny bit. You can choose to support many businesses. We are extremely grateful you chose us. We wish you God's greatest blessings in your day filled with tiny moments of joy.
Brian and Laura