• dear small business owners part 2.

    Continued from “dear small business owners, part 1” … Dear Small Business Owners,You took this gig because you had a passion for something. You believed in something bigger. Something better. In the early days…

    April 28, 2020
  • DIY, baby. how to cut the neck out of a shirt.

    Long ago we realized that crew neck tees aren’t always the most flattering … and so many “fashion tees” are juniors sizing which ain’t nobody got time for. SO, we took matters into our…

    April 21, 2020
  • times like these

    here we are. here we are in the midst of a pandemic. a global pandemic. here we are. staying at home. social distancing. homeschooling. farmschooling. teleworking. so many questions. so few answers. it was…

    March 20, 2020
  • texas antiques week – deconstructed

    it’s that time of the year again…the sun is shining, the grass is green, the wildflowers are about to awaken from their sweet winter slumber, and around here, tents are starting to dot the…

    March 5, 2020
  • The Gypsy Farmhouse – before and after

    When we were lucky enough to buy the property back in 2011 that is now home to the JG store and the Wander Inn, it had a 1952 Sears kit house on it. We…

    February 6, 2020
  • DIY-Log Table

    Side tables are like cowgirl boots to us. No matter how many you have, it’s never enough. They’re useful, essential, and everybody needs ’em. This is one of our favorite nature-inspired DIYs that y’all…

    December 10, 2019
  • cups runneth over

    As a small business, we are so thankful for the choice that y’all make every day to shop with us. To support our little dream that turned into unlikely careers.Because of you, we are…

    November 25, 2019