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My Life as a Realtor – Day 121

My Life as a Realtor ~

Day 121:

It’s Saturday – after making a few phone calls – following up with Feedback from agents that have shown some of my listings – comunicated with clients – accomplished some work on-line and finished a few chores – I set out to Stop n Shop for some grocery shopping – keeping my eye out for any specials for my Thanksgiving dinner

Then a quick stop at Staples to purchase some ink for my printer and back home to drop off the groceries.  As I started dinner, I realized I forgot a few things!  So, I left David tending to my half started dinner while I went to Shaws – which is just a few minutes away.  I decided while I was there to also rent a few movies from Redbox and purchase a few more pellets.  I must have said this a hundred times – I LOVE MY PELLET STOVE!  Do you wanna know why?  Because it’s close to the end of Novemeber and I haven’t turned on my furnace!!

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November 24, 2009 Posted by | My Life as a Realtor, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

My Life as a Realtor – Day 120

My Life as a Realtor ~

Day 120:

It’s Friday – and I have to go buy my Turkeys – notice Turkey is plural – I will be roasting 2 medium-sized Turkeys – carving one and leaving the other as my table decor  – at least until it’s needed.

Stop n Shop in Danbury has Butterball Turkeys – frozen for .89 cents per pound – and fresh for $1.39 per pound – that is where I will be purchasing them.

In the middle of work, I was talking to my youngest daughter, Sara.  How I got into “It’s Raining Men” by the Weather Girls started – I have no idea.  Sara didn’t recognize the song, especially since I was trying to sing it and being that she is only 16 and this song and video was from 1984 – 25 years ago – so to You Tube we went and boy did we have fun watching this music video!

Then it was back to workdinner and time to get ready for Bunco with the Bunco Babes!  Right after eating and getting ready to leave for our monthly game, our power went out – my entire block had a black out!  Only 3 kids were home and Hubby-Hub was working through the night.  So, we lit some candles, listened to some music and told some ghost stories!  Then I left for Bunco – my sister picked me up and we enjoyed our evening.

November 22, 2009 Posted by | Music, My Life as a Realtor, Thanksgiving, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment