Monday, April 16, 2012

It has been an intense nearly 4 years since I kept up with this blog.  There are so many aspects of life to blog about that I will need to work diligently to make this blog worth reading.  Areas to focus on:
#1 Family.  Miles was joined by his sister, Ripley, in '09, and will welcome a baby brother this August.  He is a fantastic big brother and at nearly 4-years-old, he has taught me so much more than I ever imagined he would.
#2 Home.  We bought a property at auction in '10 and will be building soon.  We call it Pleasant Row.
#3 Work.  I became a Realtor in '09, and I really enjoy it.

Here's something I added to my zillow profile recently:
Tricia's favorite things:
-Family is her #1 priority and she can help your family find the perfect home. Whether you're growing out of your house, or downsizing, the needs of your family always come first when buying and selling.
-Friends are so important in our life, and Tricia is no exception. Do you live close to your friends? Are they always visiting your house? Or are you always going to their house? What do you do together?
-Animals. Tricia has two boxers: her "furkids." Pets are a part of our family and when buying or selling, this is a crucial aspect to consider. Whether it's a dairy farm, hobby farm, parrots, ferrets or pups, they are all as important to us as we are to them.-Art and Architecture A bit of a architectural history geek, the story of a home and the beauty inherent is something that keeps Tricia in this business. What stories have you heard from your house? What stories do you want your house to tell? What details in a home make you smile? Is it the Jacuzzi tub or the ornate Victorian moldings?
-Playing Frisbee: Tricia plays Ultimate Frisbee weekly. It's a time to gather with friends and play and exercise and is so much fun. What do you do for fun? Do you live close to these fun activities? Do you have space in your home to enjoy these fun activities?
-Helping People: Tricia has always worked with people. From waitressing to counseling to mentoring to volunteering to now: helping people buy or sell their houses.

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