Avoid looking “hard” at houses. Look “softly” instead.
Every time we yearn for something we cannot afford, we grow poorer, whatever our resources.
Don’t interrupt a wild dog’s nap to snap a silly photo of him on your cell phone. He’ll tear your leg off.
I must have done something good in 2016!
Jack and Jill encountered the house on a hot, sunny, slow-open-house Sunday. It was love at first sight…
“Each offer is the result of client and agent working together, trying to do the painstaking magic that wins a home in San Francisco.”
Ordinary approaches to saving will suffice. Yet, like birth control, they don’t work unless you actually use them.
(Image of tea leaves by Richard Corner) The weather vane is whipping to and fro. Tea leaves are magically shifting. Stats […]
There’s natural wood, and then there’s “natural” wood…