Hi Neighbours! I hope your all well. Sadly this message mostly isn't for you, however if your have any questions or requests for my services please get in touch (text or emails best). FYI There is very limited space for Christmas orders (as below sheds light) often people leave it till to late to ask 😔
While their are some creations on my profile - we can discuss what type of bespoke piece may suit your requirements best 😁
Now for the reason I'm posting....
It's for all the marketing places who have been repetitively calling me. Please do not waste your or my time as already asked, I'm not a business (as mentioned in the description of this listing and on the calls -this is a hobby) I enjoy to create and share the joy with the bespoke pieces I make - usually at a loss to me due to the amount of time spent on the pieces.
I have very limited time around full time employment, my home, family and family's sports, I need more time than I have, as most families do. I have to make time for orders and enjoy the opportunity to do so where able.
So as you can imagine I dont advertise (other than this listings presence) supply cannot meet the demand and no profit gained (bar the enjoyment of creating and seeing the receivers joy) If I charged a rate to run a business the cost would make it less accessible and less enjoyable.
Neighbours still reading?? Wow! I hope you at least enjoyed the cute photo! (Washing baskets are very effective cat traps)
Would like recommendations please. If you have a great house cleaner, please let me know!
I am looking for someone for 2-3 hours per fortnight to clean bathrooms and vacuum.
Palmerston North is getting busier, making it harder than ever for workers to park all day around the fringes of the central city. The lack of parks in neighbourhood streets is causing tension between workers and residents.
Do you have a problem with workers parking in your street all day? Or is finding a park near your work a nightmare? Let us know what you think.
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It’s getting down to the business end of the month, and still the events, concerts, carols and performances keep a-comin’.
The Look Out! Performing Arts, Events and Entertainment Guide have details of the last week of Mark Hadlow in MAMIL at Centrepoint; the final Christmas performances from SpontaneoUS; the very last Christmas Parades, and the 40th Jenny Mair Highland Square Day accompanied by the Manawatū Highland Games. You have plenty to keep you stimulated… or you could go shopping.