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Posted by on May 8, 2013 in Julie | 6 comments

Introduction

 

Well hello there.

I’m so glad you could join me. I’m Julie, and let me tell you this. I can’t wait for the summer. You see, I love it outdoors. No really, I do. Those long, warm and balmy evenings sat out on the terrace in my favourite flowing dress, gazing upon the wonders of my garden with a glass of wine in my hand. There’s just something so romantic about an English summer evening, wouldn’t you say?

But of course, a beautiful English garden is just like a beautiful English woman. It needs attention; it needs time and care lavished upon it. Buy it the best things and treat it right and you’ll be able to enjoy some very special rewards that will leave you feeling incredibly satisfied.

I’m not easy to please. I demand the best. That’s why I rely on the Treehuggers to tend to my garden. They love it outdoors almost as much as I do.

Oh – what’s that you say? You haven’t met the Treehuggers? Well darling – you haven’t lived. I’ve been lucky enough to get to know these boys very intimately indeed. They have all the qualities I admire in my men… hardworking, passionate about what they do… incredibly good with their hands… supremely talented when it comes to handling their tools and… oh, I’m sorry… where was I?

The Treehuggers. They’re based in Heanor but they’re so flexible that they can work anywhere in the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire area. And who doesn’t love a flexible man? They’re talented arborists and put their backs into their work. I had problems with my trees overhanging into my next door neighbours’ garden, but those problems didn’t last long once I’d given the Treehuggers a call. They were all over the tree in the blink of an eye and did a wonderful job, leaving me and my neighbour Susan feeling really rather pleased about things. Such wonderful service – and they go the extra mile. They even trimmed my bush while they were here – such a kind gesture. My garden has never looked better. It was clear to me that I couldn’t live without these boys in my life, and so it has proved.

But they don’t just stop there. Oh gosh no. I thought it was only us ladies who could multi-task, but these wonderful boys have proven me wrong. They can turn their manly muscles to commercial arborist and tree services as well as residential garden work. Dangerous tree removal, crown lifting, thinning, lopping and pruning – there’s nothing these boys can’t turn their big hands to. I’m running out of excuses to get them over to my house, really I am…

Excuse me. I must get away – there’s a knock at my door and… oh, it’s Drew from the Treehuggers! He’s here to take a look at my conifers… I’m looking forward to hearing what plans he has in store for those… so… until the next time…

Love,

Julie xx

6 Comments

  1. LOVE the blog post Julie, keep it up – definitely a good read ;) xx

    • Thank you Lesley, im glad you like it, check back each month for the next entry :) Julie xx

    • It is rare for me to uncover something on the web thats as entertaining and intriguing as what you have got here. Your page is sweet, your graphics are great, and whats much more, you use source that are relevant to what youre saying. That you are undoubtedly one in a million, well done! cdbdgcdfkegkgdgg

      • Thankyou for your kind feedback. Look out for part 7 coming soon :)
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  2. Hey Julie – How YOU doin … I’m looking forward to helping you with your frustrations and teaching you a few things on Thursday ;-)

    • Owerr Mr Cholerton, Im sure the boyz at @TreeHugga will be intrigued to find out what training you have in mind for me #winks Julie xx

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