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2011 

I thought this song was appropriate for the start of my week! I am in Florida visiting my Mom and glad to be escaping the snow and freezing rain, I heard that I am having back home. Not missing it here with the 80s temperatures here today and for the rest of this week! Looking forward to having s...
02/28/2011
I am so glad I live in Worcester! Worcester Restaurant Week starts up again next week from February 28th through March 13th, 2011. Participating restaurants serve 3 course dinner entrees for only $22.11!This event is sponsored by Unibank, KJ Baaron's Fine Wine and Spirits and Mercadante Funer...
02/26/2011
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Okay, for most of my subscribers and who have gotten to know me through Activerain, you know how much I love my dog, Bibby! Well, Bibby is my black lab that will be turning "10" this May! Ten is a big milestone for a dog and we have been so blessed to have her as an addition to our fami...
02/25/2011
The last city in my "What's in Worcester County" series, Worcester is the largest city in this county. Worcester is known as the "Heart of the Commonwealth" and is New England's second largest city. Worcester is known for the city's arts, fine dining, entertainment...
02/23/2011
The town of Westborough is between Worcester and Boston and near the Sudbury and Assabet Valley rivers. Westborough is known for having excellent schools and maintains a balance between fast-paced urban life and suburban residential areas. The town of Westborough is also known to have strong comm...
02/23/2011
West Brookfield is the birthplace of Lucy Stone, who was one of the first advocates for women's rights. It was also the birthplace of Jedediah Foster, one of the original drafters of the Constitution. Today, West Brookfield recently celebrated their 350th anniversary. People are drawn to West...
02/23/2011
Fron the 1896 through 1905, the town of West Boylston endured the building of the Wachusett Reservoir and the destruction of its prosperous mills and farms, four churches and eight schools. The Old Stone Church, pictured above, was the last remaining building from this era, which was once in the ...
02/22/2011
Matt Polsky from the VA Mortgage Center, www.vamortgagecenter.com wrote this article for my blog to help our veterans through the VA Loan Process. Thank you Matt! Any further questions can be directed to Matt at mpolsky@vamortgagecenter.com.The 7 Basic Steps of the VA Loan Process Acquiring a hom...
02/22/2011
Westminster is known as a "hill" town with attractive lakeside sites with picturesque mountain views. Wachusett Mountain can be seen from this town. Westminster is located along the "Johnny Appleseed Trail" on Route 2, running East-West. Westminster is in the 01473 zip code an...
02/22/2011
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This afternoon, I took a Webinar on "Discovering QR Codes" and I found it so fascinating! As an old dog, it's been difficult for me with some of this new technology but I have to adapt if I want to be always one up in this real estate business. Here are the steps I took to create m...
02/21/2011
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