A CONTRACTOR’S CHRISTMAS
by Clay Cox Owner/President – Kitchens by Clay
Another year has flown by and Christmas is right around the corner. I can’t tell you how much I love this time of year. The good cheer and good intentions surround us all at a time when we share our goodwill and good intentions with others as well.
My favorite part is Santa Claus. Believe it or not, he comes to the sub-tropics, Naples, at least once a year, much like our visitors and snowbirds. In fact, I can’t prove it, but I believe I’ve seen him around Naples more often than just Christmas Eve. Then again maybe not. I do know I see his helpers all around town before the 25th of December as they choose specie lpresents for their friends and family all the while sharing their own special goodwill to all people. A wonderful sight to behold indeed.
Now, as far as Santa is concerned this contractor would like to make a special contractor friendly request for my present this year. Santa, can you bring me X-ray vision this year? I know I’ve asked for it several years (28) in a row now but I sure could use it. In fact, if you can see your way clear to granting me this very special present you will be making many other people happy as well. Think about it.
I will be able to see right through the paint and drywall into the interior of any home. That way I’ll be able to see problems at the onset instead of discovering potential problems as we go along. So, Santa it’s a win, win for everyone and you must admit it’s a present that will keep on giving peace of mind and happiness to all.
So, I only want the one special request granted from Santa this year, but I have more special requests for all of you reading this.
We at Kitchens by Clay want everyone to have a very special holiday season and to love and be loved all through the whole year the way we are loved during the holiday season. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone out there and, most of all,God Bless us all.
Enjoy your home!
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