As promised, I am continuing to give 2% of net commissions to Housing Assistance Corporation. What can you do?
Welcome to the new year! I’ve always liked New Year’s Day. Not much for the evening before, but the first seems so fresh and clean, the new calendar hung and all those new pages to look forward to. I have been cleaning and organinzing my home and my business, planning for a busy year with both. The Boy, a leap year baby, will have his first real birthday this year as he turns four so that will be exciting. To friends, family and colleagues far and near a healthy and prosperous year ahead.
April has nearly become July. All is well here, real estate is going on fine and busy. The Boy is growing and learning and enjoying his life on the beach. Real beach weather only recently arrived and today, our 7th marriage annivarsary, is a perfect specimin. This week we found handfuls of sand dollars on Mayflower Beach, and visited the Museum of Natural History in Brewster. There is a special exhibit there on the life of Rachel Carson, an amazing woman. I saw the biopic on Edith Piaf’s life, another amazing woman. And I read the book A Walk on the Beach by Joan Anderson, reflecting on her friendship with Joan Eriksson, two other amazing women. All this week! So I am full of woman-pride and feeling myself ready to take on a new challenge. I have moved to ERA Martin Surette Realty’s West Dennis office to work for a terrific woman, Amy Surette Greene. So a new adventure begins for us. Wishing you all a wonderful Independence Day!
I am proud to begin service on the Dennis Arts and Culture Council, through 2009. I hope to participate in bringing wonderful programs to the Town. If you are a resident and have questions feel free to contact me at email@example.com. Stay tuned for reports on Town goverment goings-on!
As I opened the 2007 calendar with beautiful artwork by Cape artist Barbara Ford Doyle (get yours at www.bfdoyle.com) I remembered the hot, sunny day that I bought it at the Arts Festival in Chatham. I look forward to what this year will bring: my son’s 3rd and my daughter’s 25th birthdays, friends to the Cape, discovering the U.S. through the eyes of our French visitor and my own family back to France. Beach days are ahead, and it will only be longer days for the next six months. So much to look forward to! I also hope to help a number of families purchase their dream homes here on the Cape, too. Happy New Year to friends and family near and far. We look forward to having you with us at any time of year.
…their old familiar carols play… How nice to go outside Christmas Eve in the clear air and see the most brilliant display of stars, and hear the waves not far away. There is no light pollution around our house, and Orion stood tall above us and I found myself looking for a moving red light… Christmas Day dawned bright and sunny, and our two year old awoke to bounty from both Santa Clause and Pere Noel. We were sure to visit Corporation Beach before we headed off-Cape for dinner with family, and at low tide it was nearly as populated as in the Summer. A real Christmas stroll. Now back to the Real Estate biz and mental preparation for 2007. My resolutions: Live, Love, Laugh. Happy Boxing Day!