Seasonal Rest

Long before we opened the doors to Hoboken we always talked about giving ourselves two vacations in the course of a year.  Once in the Winter/Spring and once in the Summer.  We committed to closing the store and not just letting employees operate the cafe while we rest.  We wanted everyone and everything to take a break including owners, employees, and equipment.  These breaks will re-energize our staff and give us a fresh perspective on how to serve and create better.  

That time of year has come.  Hoboken will be closed July 21-26th.  We are so thankful for your support and all the kind words and great reviews you've given our business. 


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1. Eddie Cantrell wrote:
Hope you enjoy your time off :)

Mon, July 14, 2014 @ 11:28 AM

2. Susan wrote:
The Lord rested and set the day He rested into the creation. We've had the
seven day week pattern since He first worked six days and rested on the seventh.
Jesus healed on the seventh day and declared Himself to be the Lord of the sabbath. Its not
a Jewish thing. Its God's command for us to rest and be relieved each seventh day.
There is creative restoration by following God's original pattern. While mankind changes
God's original perfection, and and mankind calls their ideas new and improved, etc, God's original pattern that always blesses is still there waiting to be rediscovered. A wise man said, "There's nothing new
under the sun..." New and improved has its side-effects. The seventh day is a relief.
Talk to Karin and Scott Naylor about it.

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