A Q&A with gita owner Liz Gillespie, an Architect of Experience at Liz Gillespie, LLC living the local life in Atlanta, Georgia.
Nickname for gita: Rosie Louise, Rosie for short
Longest gita trip: 1-2 hours and a 2.5 mile trek to a friend’s house for a potluck—Rosie carried the goods!
Hours logged with gita: 33.5 hours
Times per week using gita: 1-2
Favorite place to bring gita: Piedmont park
Biggest item carried: Four 8-packs of sparkling water
When I walk outside my door, I’m already where I want to be. Everything is within walking distance.
Piedmont Park—she’s always a conversation starter and I love the green market and never ending string of festivals, and Trader Joes.
I love that she can carry what I would usually have to hop in the car to go get—those items that are just a little too heavy to carry a mile or so.
Pretty much everything. I love her shape, the sound she makes when she’s just powering up, and when she stands up at the ready when it’s time to go!
Rosie makes it easier to shop for groceries, because I’m not limited by what I can physically carry.
Everyone loves her and the attention she gets when we’re out and about. They are fascinated by how she moves, what she can carry, and generally how cute she is. My sister sent me googly eyes and lashes for her, stay tuned...
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