Category Archives: Real Estate

Quietly and Freely

Quietly and Freely
My morning was even earlier than it's been of late, and mostly due to my needing to get some desk work done before my early appointment to show a home. I did manage to also get my office floors cleaned once again since I've been on a burn of late to keep it as clean as possible during these coronavirus months.Before sunrise, I went out and plac … continue reading

Industrious and Forward-thinking

Industrious and Forward-thinking
It was an early start for me this morning and my first and foremost duty was to get my Sunday morning prayer session completed which as I mentioned before, has been a very good habit I re-connected with as it has helped immensely with the ridding of my mind the toxic thoughts that've built up over the prior week. When dealing with the public, we ca … continue reading

Brooms and Dust Pans

Brooms and Dust Pans
It was a pleasant surprise to find it raining in the night and on into our early morning and all the happier for it, but now when looking at our week ahead, we'll be bracing ourselves for a scorcher of a week. If anyone says our weather patterns haven't changed, they're in absolute denial. I know we've had a hot day or two at the end of August, but … continue reading

Their Fatal Flaw

Their Fatal Flaw
I hurried to the office this morning to get myself prepared for an early showing over in Clear Lake as well as returning phone calls that came in after hours.  Before leaving, I rang up one of my dear ones to see how she's been faring with the China-virus, and glad to hear all has been well with her.We spoke about our market conditions because … continue reading

No Real Foresight

No Real Foresight
It was a welcome relief to find the wind having changed direction today, and bringing with it the dry cooler air we've been waiting for. Now that we're less than a week away from the 1st of August, perhaps our evenings will begin cooling down to where we can have our windows open.My first order of business was to get some appointments lined up … continue reading

Window to a World

Window to a World
Another delightful day happened in our little region, and glad for it because I had some extra traveling to do this afternoon. Pretty much all of my morning was consumed by desk work, returning phone calls from yesterday, and paying some bills that had recently arrived. I also had to deal with a small situation which was a spill-over from one of la … continue reading

Curse Bucket

Curse Bucket
Without a doubt, by the time I arrived home, I truly felt as though I'd been ridden hard and put away wet, and mostly due to the non-stop tasks both big and small I had on today's plate.Weather-wise, I'd say it was also an interesting one where we had overcasts skies, a little rain, and then a solid blue the rest of the afternoon. I didn't have … continue reading

Foster Derision

Foster Derision
Another scorcher came and went, and it looks like we're going to have repeat days the entire week. Since we haven't had any rain coupled with these high temps, people are going to be out watering their flowerbeds and gardens, just to keep them from being stressed. If these climate changes continue, I won't be surprised if more gardeners are going t … continue reading

My Double-Header

My Double-Header
Another beautiful June day arrived in all its glory with the sun shining, flowers blooming, and birds singing. When I stopped to check on a vacant home very early this morning, there was a cardinal cheerfully chirping away in a nearby bush. Every time I see one of them, I'm reminded of how fortunate we are to have such wildlife and natural beauties … continue reading

Revisiting 721 N. Delaware

Revisiting 721 N. Delaware
I'm hoping you all had a delightful Sunday, and likely even more so if you were spending much of your day outdoors. I think we're going to be needing some rain soon because it's starting to get pretty dry, and now that the farmers most likely have all their corn planted, some long hours of light rain would do wonders for its germination. Oh by the … continue reading