Posted December 30, 2019 07:53:42As the year draws to a close, I thought it might be worthwhile to share some of the results from Cranbrook Gardens, a new initiative I started a couple of months ago.
It was a fun and exciting project, to say the least, and I’m delighted to be able to share the results of the inaugural year.
One of the highlights of the project was the opening of the Cranbrook Garden.
I love the name Cranbrook, which comes from the Victorian town where I grew up.
The Cranbrook garden is situated on the edge of Cranbrook Hill, which was home to the original Cranbrooks.
When I was a kid I used to sneak off to the garden at night and pretend to be a young Cranbrook.
My parents would often get me a bag of peanuts or something like that.
Once we had a picnic in the garden, they would say to me, “Hey, how about a peanut?”
I’d be like, “Yeah, I like peanut butter, too.”
When my parents asked me why I liked peanut butter I’d always say, “Because you have a peanut butter jar, you know.”
I had to ask my mum and dad about peanut butter because they didn’t know about it.
After I finished school, my parents started a family business and I started working in the bakery.
In the meantime, I also had a crush on my younger brother, Nathan.
Nathan would be so upset if I didn’t come to his birthday party, so when I told him that I was going to Cranbrook I was very nervous.
But when I finally arrived, Nathan and I were instantly in love.
He had never even seen me when I was young and he was really excited to meet me.
We fell in love right away, and we’ve been dating ever since.
That was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had, and that’s what makes it special.
What I learned from the Cranbury Gardens project was that the most important thing for a garden to do is to create a community of people who want to live there.
This meant we had to build the most inclusive garden that I could imagine, which is really important.
Cranbrook Gardens will be open from Tuesday to Friday from 7:00am to 7:30pm.
You can find out more about the project on the Cranborough Garden website, as well as follow @cranbernbrook on Twitter for updates.
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