Realtors will tell you that if you’re going to spend money on a home remodel, the best return or “bang for your buck” is to put the money into the kitchen and bathrooms. If you’re looking to sell your home, updated kitchens and baths will increase your selling price and shorten the time your home is on the market. If you’re planning to stay in your home, remodeling these rooms will still increase the value of your home while you enjoy living there.
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How’s your 2016 going? Is it off to a good start? I hope so. Momentum in the right direction is always good.
It’s fun to go shopping for new furniture. A new leather couch for the den or a club chair for the study.
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This time of year we think about what we’d like to do differently when the calendar page turns to January. Weight loss is usually high on the list. After all the holiday candy and cookies, our blood type can be “chocolate covered cherry”.
Ask people how they are this time of year and they will say, “Busy!”
If there’s ever a good time to be “iced in” with bad weather it’s on a long weekend when you can be home with good food, in front of a fire with lots of football games on TV. Kind of like this Thanksgiving weekend.
There was some frost on the pumpkin this morning, wasn’t there? I hope you were able to find that leather jacket in the back of the closet. You’ll need it handy going forward!
It's freeze time in West Texas. It’s been a wonderful fall. Now it's cold at night.
You wake and stretch. Outside the window a gentle snow is falling. The first snow of the season. It’s going to be a wonderful day at home, reading a book and drinking coffee while the fire in the hearth crackles and pops. You put on your robe and slippers, shuffling off to a hot shower to start the day. Opening the door to the bathroom you hear the sound of water. But it’s not in the shower. It’s all over the floor. And an inch deep.