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Happy Christmas

by anonymous | Dec 15, 2014 | Blog, Residential

It hardly seems possible that another whole year is almost over, but we are most definitely hurtling towards 2015 with that lightning fast rapidity that the countdown to Christmas always creates. 

We hope that 2014 has been good to you all…we at the Garden Escape have had a fantastic year and have had the privilege of helping a whole host of customers create their own special space in which to do their things.

We have built gyms, offices, guest rooms and art studios, and have created many a room with a view. Thank you so much to all of our customers, for whom it has been a great pleasure to work, and who without we would not be in such fantastic shape for whatever 2015 has in store for us. We hope you have an extremely happy Christmas and a healthy, fun and prosperous New Year.

And remember:

“The one thing women do not want to find in their stockings on Christmas morning is their husbands.”

Joan Rivers, 1933-2014, R.I.P

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