Letter to All of My Customers:
After a wonderful 25-year-run, it's time for Lawn Goose Designs to take a close look at what re-organization strategies we may be able to put into place in order to keep our "internet-doors" open.
Due to the loss of one of my partners, we will not be able to take orders at this time or fulfill any recent orders you may have placed.
I want to say "Thank you so much" to the 10's of thousands of customers we have been privileged to serve over the past 25 years. It has been one of the greatest joys in my life...
I will keep our website up for a year or so. You will be able to browse and get ideas if you make your own outfits. You just won't be able to use the shopping cart. During this time, I will consider the possibilities of either re-organizing Lawn Goose Designs, or maybe even putting a new business that I've been developing over the past few years in its place.
The new business has to do with Nutrition. At age 63 I went back to school and am now a Certified Nutritionist. We'll see what the future holds... :)
All the best to you and your family,
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming... Wow! What a ride!"
Have a WONDERFUL week!!
LAWN GOOSE DESIGNS
Buying a New 25" Concrete Goose:
This info may help you find a source to purchase a new concrete goose.
1. Search under "statuary" - widen your search to include nearby states and do a road trip if necessary, it's worth it! - The cost for shipping a 25" Goose has reached over $200 (shipping cost only).
2. Tell them you need the "25-inch Goose." It's measured from the ground to the top of the head.
3. If they tell you they have the 28" or 29" Goose, be prepared to open the back seam of any fitted outfits. The head, neck and chest are larger on this size Goose.