I would never have imagined that thirty years after I sold my first home that I would still be enjoying it today. It certainly has been a rewarding career and I am so very thankful to you my customers and clients. I always believed that if money or success became more important than people that it would be time for me to make a change. I’m very happy to say that is not the case and if you are looking for a real estate professional I would like the opportunity to discuss being your agent.
Charleston South Carolina Here’s a few more from my walk through the waterfront, French Quarter and historic area of Charleston. Founded in 1670 and often referred to the “Holy City” because of the many churches in the city. The corner of Church and St. MichaelsThe alley is narrow and, the blend of colors in the…
via St. Michael’s Alley — The59Club
Rainbow Row Charleston South Carolina East Bay Street Charleston Rainbow Row East Bay Charleston South Carolina Row of rainbow color homes in Charleston South Carolina Elliot and East Bay Street Sign Six Word Saturday
via A Row Of Charming Colorful Residences — The59Club
Baking soda is not just for cooking! It also has a ton of benefits for both health and household. Read on to learn about the many baking soda benefits. The post Baking Soda Benefits for Health and Household appeared first on Blessings by Me.
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You may already have heard about a certain house in Georgia where the windows were, according to the myth, installed upside down. Renewal by Andersen® of Memphis takes a close look at this myth. 84 more words
via Debunking the Sears House Mishap Myth — The59Club
An amazing list of links to Christmas DIY’s! The post Christmas DIY Wrap Up appeared first on Blessings by Me.
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I’m teaming up with some fabulous DIY bloggers for a glass jar DIY challenge this month! Check out what we made! The post Thanksgiving Vignette November DIY Challenge appeared first on Blessings by Me.
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Colonel Edward Bird (1825-1893) was a successful timber and turpentine operator before the Civil War. He joined Company A, Squadron B, Georgia Cavalry, as Captain. It was nicknamed Captain Bird’s Mounted Company, 2nd Battalion, Georgia Cavalry. Captain Bird was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on 17 May 1862 and took command of the 2nd Battalion. He […]
via Colonel Edward Bird House, 1870, Guyton — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown