Congratulations to this dynamic duo on winning my LEGO® House Building Contest and a $100 gift card to the LEGO® store! I hope you had a lot of fun building! Thank you for your wonderful entry and this super cute picture. A big thank you to everyone else for liking, sharing, and entering this contest. If you know of anyone else, who may be interested in contests such as this or staying updated with the real estate market, please let them know about me and my FREE monthly e-newsletter. Much appreciated everyone!
This awesome picture is courtesy of Allie Motley, my children’s playhouse winner. Love the smiles and very happy for you and your young family! Congratulations! Huge thank you to everyone who supported this contest. It is greatly appreciated! If you missed this contest, don’t worry, sign up today to begin receiving the latest in market news, statistics, community events, and monthly giveaways.
Congratulations to the winner of the 2017 Easter Colouring Contest!
Thank you to everyone who supported the Easter Colouring Contest through submitting an entry, liking, and sharing this event. Your support is greatly appreciated. Winners were selected from random draw. Congratulations to the following people on winning one of the awesome gift baskets:
Art Supplies and Easter Candy Basket: Ryilea (Age 5)
Starbucks and Godiva Chocolate Basket: Rachel K.
Cineplex Movie Basket: Andrea B.
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Thanks again, and Happy Easter!
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In my latest newsletter, I described a story in which my 4 year-old, when practicing his printing, came across a question mark at the end of a sentence he was tracing. When asked if he knew what that curvy object is, he replied confidently, “Yes! It’s a mystery! While I found it to be quite a humorous response, I also found that it contained a lot of truth. Question marks are mysteries in that they refer to an unknown. And from my experience, people tend to fear what they do not know.Continue reading →