What is it like to work at the Glass Door, you may wonder. Almost two years ago, Suzanna offered me the opportunity to find out. There are six people working here; three on any given day, and the potential for all sorts of client combinations. There is so much involved in having a day run smoothly, especially when it’s busy. Laundry needs to be kept up, dirty dishes and utensils washed, floors swept, inventory updated, hair shampooed, phones and emails answered, appointments made, clients checked out, trash, and other miscellaneous tasks. Mistakes will be made, but the whole atmosphere and culture of the salon is one of forbearance and generosity of spirit. Suzanna has worked hard to build this spirit of teamwork, and she has made it a joy to work here. Walk in at any time, and there is a sense of peace. That’s a big part of the vision she has for ministering to our clients, and I’m glad to be part of it.
The Glass Door Salon crew after our two year anniversary breakfast at Cracker Barrel, April 2016.