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              <a href="">How to create a little island of happiness</a>

Times are tense with political divisions, with O.T.T.political correctness, with the threats from rogue states, with threats and acts of terrorism, with concerns of extreme weather and global warming, with economic uncertainties of Brexit, with fear of self-expression owing to extreme over reaction from those with polarized views, and with general anxiety over what the future has in store for us. We can do with an island of happiness to escape these anxious times.

. Some people turn to religion for comfort
. Some to drink and drugs as escapism
. Some live within their own little bubble world having no interest in national or global events
. While others develop hobby interests as another form of escapism
. Yet some may adopt all of the above to cope with our intense world.

I propose to those who take some pride in their garden and experience a bit of serenity within it as their form of escapism from the tumult around us. I propose a very simple solution which can expand and enhance your serenity within the confines of your garden. Taking this small action will allow you to install garden features that will enhance your “island of happiness”. Taking this small action will also improve your mowing efficiency, and eliminate any anxiety over possible damage to your mower. As you may have already guessed, I am suggesting calling in a professional tree stump grinder to remove bothersome tree stumps. Dear reader, do not scoff. Think of the very real potential of anxiety reduction, especially so with the reduction and possible elimination of a parisitic attack from honey fungus. This fungus is a garden killer and will feed upon tree stumps, creeping under ground to put your healthy trees and plants into jeopardy.

So why not create new, or expand your existing “island of happiness” by having bothersome tree stumps removed now!

Mike Lish
Mike Lish
An electro-mechanical technician and specialist in tree stump grinding over the last 18 years.

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