Category Archives: Real Estate

403 N. Monroe Ave.

403 N. Monroe Ave.
Once again I found today that the best laid plans of mice and men do so often go awry after discovering that my 8:00 am appointment was postponed for another day.  Cancellations in and of themselves don't really bother me, yet often times it's a sudden change which causes that particular day's routine to be out of balance, and normally ends up las … continue reading

Befitting the Number

Befitting the Number
It sure felt like the first of September with all the extra beginning of the month chores I had at the office.  Instead of letting it pile up for a few days, I dug right in and started working on it.  Being determined I was going to get a letter out today, it still didn't happen because of the number of interruptions, so I'll be sure to get it ou … continue reading

Funkwit

Funkwit
My morning was earlier than early due to my having to meet a seller at a property out of town, and with it being about a 20 minute drive, I discovered the sun truly is working its way south and shortening our days in the process.  The sun was just starting to come up and was making my driving more difficult because it was shining in my car at such … continue reading

The Lady Bug at 1714 – 7th Ave. North, Clear Lake

The Lady Bug at 1714 – 7th Ave. North, Clear Lake
Since I didn't attend a church Service yesterday afternoon due to the scheduled showings I had after my public open house, I got up and out soon enough to where I managed to make it to an early Service this morning.  As I was walking towards the front steps, I noticed someone standing by the door who I really wasn't in the mood to chat with so ear … continue reading

Right in the Middle

Right in the Middle
When knowing today was going to be a busy one, I made sure to get to the office and cracking all the earlier.  I was terribly disgusted when finding it had rained again last night which makes me wonder when this nonsense is going to stop.  I'm beginning to think this is truly going to be a re-play of last year's growing season.My first job wa … continue reading

A Perfect Place to Begin

A Perfect Place to Begin
I was glad to find it a good day for being out and about since the wind wasn't blowing, which made it all the more delightful to be longer out on my morning errands.  Of course when I arrived back at my office, there were a number of phone calls needing to be returned.As I mentioned last night, I'll never for the life of me understand how and … continue reading

Productive Avenue

Productive Avenue
Some of the rooftops and car windows were frosted again this morning which made me all the happier I decided to dress warmly.  In spite of the temperature, I happened to notice a number of people out and about with shorts on which gave me the chills just looking at them.  It would have to get a whole lot warmer than it did today to get me even th … continue reading

Clouds of Gnats

Clouds of Gnats
It was a pleasant sight seeing the full moon in the western sky this morning.  Someone said that this one is supposed to be a super moon, and from the looks of it this morning, I'd say it appeared bigger than normal.  It should be all the brighter tonight since we won't have any cloud cover so do enjoy it while you can.The morning went by pre … continue reading

Smudge Ceilings

Smudge Ceilings
It was a quiet Sunday morning due to having attended a church service yesterday afternoon, and no scheduled playing of a piano or organ at another house of worship. With my early hours free, I donned my work clothes and off I headed to the office to check on a purchase agreement that was supposed to have been faxed while I was gone.  As I had hope … continue reading

Between Taxation

Between Taxation
If someone would've asked me as I was leaving the office to recall my day from beginning to end, I would've had to stop and think because of all the intervening circumstances that took place.  Every so often, days like this appear out of nowhere, and especially when I already had it fully planned the day before.  Oh well, it came and went without … continue reading