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In my series of there's a day for everything, I found out that today is National Take a Hike Day!I have missed several days of celebrating the various national days because I have been hit by the Covid bug and I wish it would take a hike! Fortunately, I have a very mild head cold version of it b...
Continuing on my series of National days, here's another I would bet you never heard of!National Notary Public Day!First observed in 1975, Here's an article with lots of interesting tidbits regarding Notary Publics. Wishing all Notary Publics a great day!Cover Photo by Stephen Goldberg on Unspl...
Fountain Pen day takes place on the first Friday of each year for folks who love to use them to celebrate and promote the use of fountain pens. It's been said that once you use a fountain pen, you won't go back to a regular pen again. I haven't tested this theory because apparently, they can be ...
It's not always easy to come up with something to write about. RE/MAX is kind enough to give me a content calendar and as silly as it might seem, today is Smart Home Day!I have a client who recently met with a company that deals with Smart Homes. His thermostat, interior and exterior lighting, ...
There is a name for almost every day in the year and I recently found out that November second is Look for Circles Day.This could be a fun thing to do with the kids!Circles are everywhere!Splash a circle of whipped cream in their hot chocolate!M&M's!Peanut Butter Cups!Have fun with it!Photo by Ma...
As of this morning, there are only 38 single family homes for sale in the West Chester Area School District. 38. Out of a total of 75 homes that would include condos and townhomes. Homes are going way over asking, in bidding wars where buyers are waiving inspections, appraisals, mortgage contin...
Defeating the purpose of a Wordless Wednesday post by typing words, I feel the need to say that Covid Era Santa Claus gave me a little wave and then an I love You hand sign. He is wearing a mask and is behind plexiglass and while this is sad, I think it's nice to keep the traditions going even ...
It's been a minute (months) since I've written a Thankful Thursday post. It seems fitting that since we have a "whole new month" as my younger son once said when he was a little boy, that today would be a good day to restart. It's been a year, hasn't it? Strange, scary, uncertain. But there ...