Monthly Archives: April 2020

A Short Shelf Life

A Short Shelf Life
I made sure to get to the office early enough this morning just so to make several necessary, as well as overdue calls to near and dear ones. Fortunately I was able to catch both of them, just so to bring each of us up to speed on recent happenings in our lives. After having some long-awaited chats with them, I was glad to hear all was well on thei … continue reading

Center Stage

Center Stage
I'm sure many weren't expecting the strong wind, and if it wasn't blowing so hard, it would've been a pleasant day. Fortunately I had enough office work to keep me busy for the bulk of it.One of my appointments took me to a home I had to open up for a contractor who was called to do an inspection on a small item that had come up on a home I rec … continue reading

Isolate in Your own County

Isolate in Your own County
It was good to have the rain today, but unfortunately it started just as I was heading out to show an acreage, and of course I'd just washed my car this morning, which was soon muddied-up while out on a gravel road. Isn't it just the way it happens sometimes? I actually laughed to myself when driving off and remembering how often it would end up ra … continue reading

From Mothers

From Mothers
The trees seem to have suddenly come alive with their near overnight budding. It comes as no surprise considering how warm it ended up getting, and believe it or not, it was near 80 degrees later this afternoon. I've also been noticing a number of Magnolia trees blooming which when seeing them, always brings a smile to my face. There are now a numb … continue reading

Like-minded Prayer Group

Like-minded Prayer Group
In spite of it being a little nippy out this morning, once the sun climbed higher, it turned out to be one heck of a nice day. My first order, was to find a quiet place outdoors, and far enough from the noise of the City, just so I could spend some time soul-cleansing. I'm pretty much out and over those online services that are being performed each … continue reading

Like an Onion

Like an Onion
I was happy to find the temps having reached a tolerable level today where I could do some work outdoors without having to be bundled up. You can rest assured our pleasant day was also due to there being little or no wind.Between running errands and working on the offer which came in yesterday on one of my listings, I'd say there wasn't much el … continue reading

Vultures Perched Above

Vultures Perched Above
When I looked at our local newswire early this morning, I did discover what had caused that smell of burning wood when I arrived at my yesterday. I'm sure someone must've thought it funny to set a pile of the City's brush on fire, and it was a good thing it wasn't that windy out, or that fire could've easily spread. It's funny when reading it was r … continue reading

Re-visiting 12 S. Willowgreen Court

Re-visiting 12 S. Willowgreen Court
It was a bit of a weird day weather-wise, with the smell of burning wood in the Downtown, then later a creepy heavy fog moving in, and then finally the sun coming out around mid-morning. The smell of smoke was so great in the Downtown, I actually drove around looking for a fire, and then back to my office to see if something had been reported on th … continue reading

Never Held Grudges

Never Held Grudges
For being a mid-week day, I'd say it was pretty slow in the real estate arena, and likely because of our sudden spike in our temperatures. I thought it was only supposed to be in the low 70's at best, but Downtown, it was nearing the 80 degree mark. What a big change from last week.As a by-product of today's high temps, there were a very many p … continue reading

Braggadocio

Braggadocio
A number of hours were spent today working at gathering all the information I could find regarding the rules and regulations of a homeowner's association, on a listing I have, and then getting all the docs scanned and emailed over to a Realtor who'd asked for them. In the past, I've sold homes and condos in that particular association, but this tim … continue reading