Blogs by a Deployed REALTOR

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Real Estate Agent - Keller Williams Realty
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Well today was the first in about two months.  It finally started raining.  It is almost a foreign feeling.  We have been seeing clouds gather and the wind pick up for the past week or so with no results.  This is great as the temperature today has dropped from about 120-125 degrees down to about...
06/17/2009
Well for all those that have been following my stories on Abbie we actually managed to save her.  For those that don't know, I am a new RE Agent that was deployed to Iraq as soon as I got my lecense.  I had been asked by multiple members of my AR family to post my experiences on here, you can vie...
06/14/2009
Well for those of you that have been following my posts I have some bad news.  It does not look like I will be able to bring Abbie home.  We have had problems getting other soldiers to step up to helping out with her.  Alot of the soldiers here feel that she is an un-necessary responsibliity.  Mo...
06/12/2009
So what do we do for fun here in Iraq.  First I will say that there are two groups of people here in Iraq, with a few in the gray area between.  There are those that are working the office setting like myself and those that are constantly on missions.  My last tour over here was with the second g...
06/07/2009
Well here is a blog by popular demand.  This one should be short and sweet.       I have had several people ask me about the heat in Iraq, the first thing I want to say is that it is ******* HOT!!!!  Here's the sad part, its only June 4th.  When I got here in March it was around 85 during the day...
06/04/2009
Today I am going to talk about the living and working conditions for my unit here in Iraq.  Before I start this blog I first need to say not to assume that this is the way that everyone lives or works, every unit is different . . and I mean that literally, every unit lives differently, has differ...
06/02/2009
Well, after I wrote that post last night I thought of another good one . . to be honest I am surprised I did not think of it earlier.  It is about my new friend, Abbie.  Abbie is a eight-nine month old part lab, part . . .something dog that we are trying to rescue.  First off I need to say that w...
05/29/2009
Okay so this part of the story will probably be more boring than the rest.  Last time I left of with me in Kuwait.  As I stated before I stayed there for approx. two weeks.  Things did not run as smooth for me as most becuase my unit was already in Iraq.  I was running about two weeks behind them...
05/29/2009
Well, I know that I am up to the point where I actually got into Iraq but I'm going to jump ahead a bit.  I want to talk about some events that happened the other day.  Now I am limited on what I can say due to ";OPSEC"; (Operational Security), which does not allow to talk about events, casualtie...
05/27/2009
So the deployment starts, first I am asked by my unit to go to a course at Fort Huachuca Arizona to become an Electronic Wafare Officer.  Cant say too much about this as it is a classifed job.  The simple answer is that I spent a few weeks in sunny Sierra Vista, Arizona learning how to protect ou...
05/26/2009
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