Every time we disparage the state of the economy and talk about the terrible state of real estate, we create a self fulfilling prophesy. It is my view that if we are positive, then positive things will happen. There are great opportunities in the market and it is time to stress the positive, and put a bow on it.
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The hardest thing I ever have to do is wait. Wait for resolution, wait for tomorrow, wait for a what I hope will a good outcome. My youngest boy Chico has a mouth cancer and I am waiting to see an oncologist tomorrow. Then I wait for what they can do, and then wait for that time to come. I am not...
Today I am taking Chico to see the Veterinarian for a follow up. i am not hopeful because I have observed the growth on his lower jaw grow. On Thursday I have an appointment with an oncologist at a specialty hospital about an hour and some away. Chico is my youngest rescue and at only five I am n...
My youngest pup Chico is in trouble. He has a growth on his lower gum that my Veterinarian thinks is probably cancer. He had a biopsy before I went to Egypt and the results were not conclusive but not good either. I have been trying to get an appointment to see an oncologist but can't get one unt...
When I started in real estate I had worked at other things and had experience as an investor as well. So.......I had none of the newbie jitters. After about three days I found a FSBO large two family home and had a buyer who I had known years before but ran into just days before. I convinced the ...
I came home from Egypt a bit sick and struggling to kick a cough. Yesterday was difficult but I paid attention, had chicken soup and got a lot of sleep so today is a bit better. My little pup Chico is suffering from what appears to be cancer on his lower jaw. I am struggling with what to do to he...
Yesterday, I left Egypt and returned home after ten glorious days of learning about, and reveling in a culture not unlike my own. I hadn't thought much about going to Egypt but when this opportunity presented itself I jumped on it and I am so glad I did. My guide, Neveen, was extraordinary: knowl...
I just got home after two weeks away. It is like sliding into me base. I am dirty and worn but happt to here. I left Cairo this morning where it was 80. It is cold here and there are 20 inches of snow here. I will share more of my trip later but for now, it is just good to be home.
There are many places in the world where jaws drop and you feel as if you are in another time. Abu Simbel Temple is one. This required special effort to see because getting there was timely and tough, but then.......the magic begun. It is impossible to describe the enormity of the place or the f...
It started at 3 AM. We left Cairo at 4:30 and reached the airport about 5AM. The flight to Aswar 600 miles south of Cairo left at 7:00 AM and we arrived at just before 8:30. So it was a short flight but uncomfortable. I am used to fling in Business and was anything but. In any event, Once there ...
I am not the late Charles Kuralt, not I am on the road again. This time I am pretty sure you can guess where I am. It is cold in Massachusetts and snowy, but here in Cairo, it is lovely. It is just the beginning of their winter but absolutely perfect: sunny, no humidity, and high 70's. I saw many...