My brothers used to threaten to burn my Little House books when I picked up Little Town on the Prairie to read for the twenty-third time. One brother drew body parts on my Raggedy Ann doll. The same brother would tie my Fisher Price Little People to paper napkins acting as some sort of parachute contraption and […]
I showed a house last week and then again this past weekend. It’s a rambler with four bedrooms, very nice floor plan, wonderful view from the living room picture window and a HUGE backyard (the lot is 6/10 of an acre). It is located in a golf course community and they are asking LESS THAN […]
First, a little about me. I’m not a coffee drinker, so instead of stopping at Espresso World on the way into work for a carmelly-coffee thing, I run by McDonald’s and get a large diet Coke with extra ice. Our local McDonalds’ offered an a la carte large soft drink for 89 cents. With tax it […]
I love love love the Consumerist blog. Warning: If you put the Consumerist on your RSS feed, you will NEVER catch up. There are well over 50 posts a day. I’m a skimmer, which is a REALLY good thing when you’re as devoted as I am. Anyway, this is an excellent post about the dreaded […]
Answer: Less likely! Well, that’s good news. This is a nice bit of optimism (even though the end of the article isn’t there) in a world of it’s-the-end-of-the-world real estate.
I’ve mentioned before that it fascinates me that different communities have unwritten rules. It amazes me when an entire subset of the population has rules or codes they employ. And, when you become a member of that group, you find out the dirt. You find out information that is important for you to know. There […]