Not my President

Yes, the title of this post is correct. It is exactly what I meant to type in the headline space. If you are highly sensitive and thin-skinned and lean right (politically speaking) you may want to quit reading. I am passionate about what is going on and I cannot avoid using this blog to speak […]

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Whats good for the goose

The story behind our fair and historic city is a long and romantic one. It is also filled with assorted groups claiming Northern New Mexico with swords and knives and later being overthrown. The dirt we grow our roses in has been governed by several nations and has been subject to differing methods of land […]

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Wait, there’s more

OK, so I already said what I felt like saying about not voting on November 8th. See last post. But there is more to it. Many said and acted as if they were disgusted with the two major party candidates. That easily could account for the lower turnout. Many groups voted in smaller numbers than […]

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It’s a horse race, someone said

The race is on and the unpopular candidates have less than 60 days remaining to garner the required votes to move into the White House in January. Where will you be in January? Possibly enjoying a ski run or watching NFL playoff games cheering on the Clevelands? Or maybe escaping the winter cold and eating […]

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Observing the shift

Santa Fe New Mexico is by many measures a smallish town. We are well-known by name and cherished by many current and future residents. Some say millions visit Santa Fe every year, making it feel much larger, but those visitors stay and then leave. Other residents only live here part-time. So you could say we […]

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Thank you for your business

Glad to report that the number of wonderful people I have worked with directly (as buyers or sellers of real estate) has grown over the last year. Thankfully I have been blessed with some success and trust that each of you enjoyed at least some of the process working with me.

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