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Happy Halloween

 

It only felt necessary to post a photo of one of our TSS colleagues’ child, Leo, because let’s face it. It made us laugh (see images to see why).

‘The obligatory pumpkin picking photo.’

Except, it isn’t the cute smiley pose with a pumpkin. Leo decides that it would be a good idea to take the hard route around the patch whilst all the other boys and girls gather around their parents, gently searching for the ‘perfect pumpkin’. The wheelbarrow of course got stuck in the mud and this only spurred Leo on to crouch into the mud to try and figure out a plan of action to get it moving around again. Thankfully he was fully kitted out in overalls, so his outfit underneath was salvaged but the mud in fingernails still remains intact, unspeakably.

The moral of the story?

Don’t be the wheelbarrow and get stuck in the mud.

Just like Leo’s unexpected pumpkin-picking escapade, event planning can have its own unexpected challenges. That’s where we step in to help bring your events to life.

Learn more by visiting our Events page for more information.

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