Do you have Grandfather clocks at home?

I was hopping from one blog to another looking for some topics to blog about a few hours ago when I stumbled upon this nice blog posting talking about how clocks can brighten up a home office.

I’m a home based business entrepreneur and have my own home office nicely set up at home. I do agree that clocks (not too many clocks though) can spice up any office environment but I’m not too sure about the idea of having a big grandfather clock in my home office. It’s not that I dislike those big and grand-looking grandfather clocks; it’s just that my home office is really small and I no longer have any space for them.

The thought of having grandfather clocks at home raised some interesting questions to me. Perhaps those living in America or some European countries are fond of having grandfather clocks at home but what about Malaysians?

It has been years since I last saw those big and grand-looking grandfather clocks (examples can be found from the link that I have provided earlier) in Malaysian homes!

Oh well… If you are interested in ordering some grandfather clocks, you can visit this online store which is all about clocks. There are some interesting clocks there that I think you should look at. Check it out!
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