Monthly Archives: August 2019

A Forest of Lady Slippers

A Forest of Lady Slippers
Once again, I'm sure this morning's rain came as a surprise since the weather forecast wasn't calling for it, or at least the one I was looking at yesterday.  Oh well, we needed the moisture, so thus we received.  After hearing how hot it's been out East and to the Southeast of our Country, I'm pretty happy about being here instead of there.  I … continue reading

Number One Briarstone Court

Number One Briarstone Court
This was quite the beautiful day and I'm in hopes they'll continue on until the cold arrives more later than sooner.  With it being a relatively quite Monday, I was able to get a few more things done at the office without interruption.One of my dear old friends called today asking for some advice on some real estate that a friend of hers is co … continue reading

Unremarkable

Unremarkable
After having placed many miles on my vehicle this past week, I discovered it in need of another fill-up early this morning before venturing any farther because I've never been in the liking of a gas gauge tilting below a quarter of a tank.  Of course once again I had to go inside the station to get my receipt because they still hadn't installed a … continue reading

Negative Outlook

Negative Outlook
My first order of the day was to get some necessary docs together so I could scan and email them to an attorney who'll start working on them Monday morning.  As I've mentioned before, I'd rather be waiting on someone else, than to have another waiting on me.This business of time sensitivity has been with me for many-a-year, and I'd say part of … continue reading

Bow-tie Friday

Bow-tie Friday
I'm hoping everyone was enjoying the beautiful day, and I think many of our seniors living Downtown were also considering it to be one when seeing all the more of them strolling up and down the sidewalks.  Every time I see seniors seated together on a bench outdoors, the memories come to mind of old black and white photos taken in big cities of pe … continue reading

Man-Maid

Man-Maid
It would've been a near perfect day if the humidity hadn't been as high, but at least it didn't get up into the high 80's.  After having an extended appointment yesterday, and another one this afternoon, I'd say I'm already on overtime for this week, but as we Realtors know, you gotta make hay when the sun shines.Fortunately, we did manage to … continue reading

Hand Pump

Hand Pump
It's been interesting to see how these light misty rains have been moving thru.  Again, it feels more like September or October, rather than the 14th of August.  Oh well, I have to keep reminding myself that we're on the downward slide of summer.Most of my morning was spent working with a buyer who made an offer on a home that's listed with a … continue reading

The Most Notable

The Most Notable
At least the sun finally came out, and with it a cooling wind began to blow which helped to bring down the humidity levels that've grown all the more annoying these recent days.  I was shocked when seeing the ground fog even heavier than it was yesterday morning.  What's up with that?I had to take an early morning trip out to our infamous Men … continue reading

Re-Visiting 1 Briarstone Court

Re-Visiting 1 Briarstone Court
It wasn't so typical of a Monday morning with the gray skies and misty on-and-off rain we were getting, but what really surprised me, was seeing how heavy the ground fog was.  Now that looked like something we'd normally see in September or October.  I only hope we're not going to have a repeat of last winter because that was a beast.A past c … continue reading

Virginia Creeper

Virginia Creeper
Thank goodness it didn't start misting until after I got some outside work done this morning.  Since the weekend is about the only time I can get some of my own chores done, if the rain impedes my planned work time, I have to find something else to do until the weather permits.Today was the first time I've played for St. Paul Lutheran in sever … continue reading