I have been to many gardens and theaters, but the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and Gardens in Montgomery, Alabama is my favorite of all. You will need to see it for yourself, because these photographs do not compare to the true beauty present in this place.
Please follow the link above as you leave this post, and see what this enormous location holds. I will concentrate on the property and gardens in this post. The theater is recognized as the best. Shakespeare's mark is everywhere here.
Thank you Wynton and Carolyn Blount for what you have given us.
This peaceful, beautiful place is so special to me, and I hope that you will visit and find your little piece of heaven.
All photographs copyright property of Teresa Hatfield and cannot be used without permission.
Now on to Embracing Etiquette with Teresa...
THE ART OF SHOPPING
This is a multi-part series and it is one of my favorite things to do so I am excited to learn some new etiquette tips.
If you are shopping, it should be clear to you that there is no reason to treat the salespeople with anything other than kindness and respect. Remember that most of these people only work at the shop, and their job is to help you find what you are looking for in a satisfactory manner.
A salesperson should not chat with a fellow employee while assisting you, but save your complaint for the manager or owner. If you do not receive help if needed, ask for the manager or leave. The sales person is not responsible for out of stock products, high prices, and store policies.
Saying “thank you,” “please,” and “hello” to the salesperson makes your visit run much smoother because the person will be more willing to be helpful.
We will move on to so smart shopping tips tomorrow.
See you soon,