You've heard me tell you about someone I call a"Real Estate Rock Star" - and perhaps you wanted her number again. Here's how to contact her and remember if you text her she'll give you a special 2.5% commission rate, which will leave more money for you at closing:
Call or text anytime: (941)769-7443
email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's that real estate listing my friend Jen says is a hot deal (I agree!). Text or call her quick at (941)769-7443 before it's gone! I'd be interested myself but "Al" has my finances by a stranglehold. You know Al, right? Al E. Mony?? My loss is your gain...
Here's the popular "Peeps" song everyone loves at this time of the year....
Here are the top 10 Most Popular Dogs in America in 2017, according to the American Kennel Club
.1. Labrador retriever
2. German shepherd
3. Golden retriever
4. French bulldog
9. Yorkshire terrier
10. German shorthaired pointer
HOW could they possibly not include the rare but beautiful Yorkie-Chihuahua-Chinese Crested mix on that list? Whatever you do don't let my fur baby know...
Buke say, "What the fudge??"
Airstream trailers are cool. Miranda's makeover takes one up several notches! Click the picture below to watch the video!
Canadian teen wins $1,000 a week for life with the ticket she buys on her 18th birthday.
When you turn 18 and become a legal adult, one of the things you can finally do is buy a lottery ticket. So on Charlie Lagarde’s 18th birthday on March 14, the teen from Quebec bought her first lottery ticket. And as if that wasn’t exciting enough, it was a winning ticket for the $1-million jackpot.
The wise young woman consulted with a financial advisor before deciding to take $1,000 a week for the rest of her life instead of the $780,000 lump sum after taxes. She is only 18, so that’s a lot of weeks to collect that $1,000. Now she plans to use the money to pay for her education and to travel before pursuing her dream of working for National Geographic.
Source: Good News Network
Loki argues with kids in a classroom...
Two dogs think they're fenced in, but they can easily walk around it.
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