Work: A Hospitality Cheerleader | 156
What does Amy Hannon mean by “hospitality cheerleader”? You’ll probably be able to tell by the sound of her voice, honestly, but broken down, this means she owns a kitchen boutique shop called Euna Mae’s in northwest Arkansas.
She’s also written a cookbook called Love Welcome Serve, and she absolutely loves being around people. It’s the thing she loves most about her work, and her enthusiasm is contagious.
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- Come and Eat, by Bri McCoy
- My Life in France, by Julia Child
- Everybody Always, by Bob Goff
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