Category Archives: Holidays

Pittsburgh view from Washingtons Landing

Tis’ The Season To Count Our Blessings…

As 2019 nears an end and we are all readying for the Thanksgiving table let us count our blessings. Thinking of our family and friends near and dear, far away, those who have gone to be with Our Lord.

2019 has been memorable for me as a realtor. I have met and befriended many and you know who you are. It has been my pleasure to look through the ‘looking glass’ and smile at Gay, Diana, Erika & Dan, Karen, Marlene, Agatha & Fred, Charan & Sarah, Doug & David, Megan & Steve, Diane & Ron & Genevieve, Devon & Ian, Kim & Hansel, Phyllis & Bob, Jarred, Ellen, Yolanda & Roy, Hua & Yitao, Sandra, Alexis & Jason, Kimberly, Loreline, Liz & Kevin, Denise & Mark, Juan, Bea & Mark, Mandy & Todd, Rachel & Mike.

My favorite part of my job is getting to know each and every one of you. You are special. And so as Mr. Rogers make its debut may I say “Won’t you be my neighbor…”

Season of Blessings

Seasons Greetings Friends, Family and Colleagues…This year has flown by.
As we all prepare for this Holiday season let us take a moment to reflect …
Our homes are our sanctuaries filled with memories past and present. It fills me with joy to know I played a small part in your dreams … in assisting you in finding that home.
My dear mom passed away at the ripe young age of 98 on July 2nd. She lived and loved her home at 159 Glenfield Drive. Its the only home we six kids knew while growing up.
I listed the home and sold it to some dear folks. Memories will never fade of that wonderful cracklin’ wood fireplace, the wide planked oak floors, the incredible sunset every evening and the many gatherings on the side porch. The punch bowl, the relish trays, the rocking chairs …
Its been a year …
Thank you for your continued love and support as we look toward a new beginning filled with great expectation and serene blessings …

And It Came To Pass…

Days — weeks — years — pass.

Seasons — holidays — birthdays — weddings.

Our lives are filled with complex, multi-tasking visual tweet-texts.

Take time each day to stop.

Reflect — relax — enjoy.

Get into the now of life.

Laugh — smile — contemplate.

As a full time realtor, I work with clients to bring new beginnings and conclusions to folks’ lives.

Rather than zone in on the small frenzies of change, I counsel them to look towards the future.

And it came to pass…