Weird weather this week! It was close to 100 degrees on Sunday, and then Wednesday I wore a sweater, and yesterday I was in capri pants and a linen shirt. I like to have each season’s clothes right at the front of the closet, and I don’t like dipping into the back of the closet to find something I thought I’d put away until November.
I listed two houses in Pasco this week, and tried some new marketing – http://129henley.com and http://5715okanogan.com – individual web sites for each house. I LOVE being able to write more than the prescribed amount I am allowed in the comments section of the MLS, plus we get to use more pictures. I tend to over-take pictures (much like I overpack, and overread, do you detect a theme?), so I really enjoy adding the extra info.
And I wish I could have done this when I worked retail – eliminating the negative people before they have a chance to infect others.
Again, with the traveling, but this is quality info for airline travel that would have helped out my mom last summer when she bought tickets (for the wrong date). Yikes.
The reason I loved Dr. Semler running for State Superintendent of Schools, is because he’s such an awesome guy. And he proved it this week when he withdrew from the race for a pretty extraordinary reason.
This week was the Blitz Build over in Pasco. I can’t hammer a nail or use a level to save my life, but I did serve up some dinner to the volunteers out there this week. It was great to be a part of something so wonderful.
Looking ahead to the week that will be – remember to remember tomorrow those who fought and died for the freedoms we enjoy. Our country is great because people sacrificed to make it that way. If you have a story to share about a deceased soldier in your family, or a friend who paid the ultimate price, drop in on http://www.footnote.com/ and speak your piece. The site contains a ton of historical documentation, but it also has a place for people to flesh out the story – to add a piece of information to the virtual shoebox of memorabilia.