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2008 

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Who loves to show a property when it's raining?  Hmm... the mud, the nice shoes, and if the home or lawn hasn't been quite finished yet, it's even better.  Men should just be thankful that they don't have to wear heels!    For those of you who haven't been on a Horse Farm, let me paint you a pict...
09/30/2008
It could be worse, it could be worse, it could be worse.  I tell myself that.  It makes me feel better.  Not everybody would agree with me, but it works for me.  I think this is the greatest country in the world-a lot of you would agree...and for most, these recent times have been some of the wor...
09/29/2008
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  TO DO: Stage New Listings Meet with Buyers Mail Newsletter Update Website Feed the Dog   Prioritize, Prioritize, Prioritize.  We all have a lot on our plate, professionally, personally, and then some.  How do we keep track of it all, and how do we get it all done with only 25 hours in the day, ...
09/24/2008
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We recently purchased new signs for our listed horse farms.  We are very pleased with their crisp, classic look.  They are pictured below, please feel free to comment.    We think the white is a great compliment lush, green pastures that characterize our properties.  I would be reluctant to use i...
09/23/2008
I must admit, I am addicted to Active Rain.  I am relatively new to the network, and find myself really enjoying the website in my spare time.  I also have found that I need to be very careful when I have other things still on my to-do list, because it's so easy to lose track of time, and get beh...
09/22/2008
We hear it all the time, manage your contacts, keep in touch, communicate, put yourself out there.  So, we did; we took that great advice and published our first ever, newsletter!! It wasn't hard at all, right?  Gather the relevant horse farm, and equine information, a few fun facts, a local cale...
09/19/2008
Every day it seems to be something new.  Somebody, somewhere is telling us that things are bad, as if we needed to hear it again.  This somebody is bringing us down.  Things are not perfect; things might have been better last week, last month, or even last year.  The truth is, that life, just lik...
09/18/2008
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