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When my Father thought he had a job..."thought" being the operative word. - 08/31/12 02:12 PM
When my Father thought he had a job..."thought" being the operative word. This morning my post This was my conversation with Mickey last night. Keep in mind she has never met any of these people. dealt with my Mother. Of course, that got me thinking about my Father. The week of Thanksgiving in 2001, I moved back to Cleveland from NYC. For a year and a half I lived with my parents.
January of 2002 I started a job as a Property Manager for a small community with a little over 300 suites. Fourteen buildings, garden style apartments, a lovely (47 comments)
What's going on at the cat house? Do those people on the first floor still have all those cats? Yeah, they still have all those cats and it smells disgusting too. The guy upstairs hasn't paid rent for August yet and Septembers is due on Saturday. He's trying to get assistance. Make sure he pays. Do the cat people pay their rent? Yeah..........they pay on time or early every month, which is why they are still there. Plus the fact that they trashed the house and it would cost a fortune to get it ready for someone else to move (46 comments)
Helping out a friend "in the Rain" Wordless Wednesday - Blogger Bootcamp - 08/30/12 11:31 AM
There are two reasons for this re-blog: #1 - I think these boys are fabulous and look forward to photos of them every Wednesday.......oh yeah, and their sister and cousin too, can't forget about her. Neena is pretty fabulous also! #2 - ZACK NEEDS YOUR VOTE! He is currently in second place. You can VOTE ONCE A DAY through Labor Day. Click THIS LINK to vote for Choo Choo. You will be required to "LIKE" their page first. Thank you!!!!! Help this young man out, it's simple and will only take a minute. You can vote once a day from the link and once (19 comments)
It's Thursday morning, I woke up late, no posts in "draft", now what? Panic! What do I blog about today? Nothing is coming to mind. Things I won't blog about: That I haven't had a cigarette since June 15, but I haven't quit smoking, just not smoking today That I refuse to get on a scale because I know I've gained so much weight The Cleveland Indians losing streak What I'm taking to Mickey's for dinner tonight, since I have no idea That I have no plans for the holiday weekend I can't believe it's Labor Day already and (37 comments)
Who have you "yoo hoo'd" lately? This post is inspired by one written today by Toni Weidman. She talks about "meeting your front door" and the day and age where we enter our garage and home by using the remote opener, totally bypassing the front door. She brings up some excellent points, so I do believe it's worth a read. When I saw her post, it made me think of something else though. Because of entering our homes through the garage, do we really know our neighbors? Have you met the people that moved into the house across the street two (32 comments)
Is it a "fig newton" of my imagination or is what I'm seeing real? Are my eyes deceiving me? If it is true, it probably won't last for long. All she has to do is log on to ActiveRain and write a post today and she'll pass me up again, but I'm going to enjoy the moment. Take a look at tell me it's not a "fig newton" of my imagination. Am I ahead of Andrea Sweidler on the "All States" Leaderboard? It looks like my post Not every home should necessarily be staged to sell, why not staged to stay? did (43 comments)
Not every gift is beautifully wrapped and comes with a bow on top!
A friend of mine sold this young couple their home. She gave them the gift of my services as a "closing gift". Option A was having me there on moving day to get them all settled. Option B was to call me and arrange a time convenient for both of us to put all of the finishing touches on their "home" once they were all settled. They chose Option B.
The (83 comments)
Honest, I wanted to tell you the truth, but I just couldn't do it! - 08/28/12 01:44 PM
Honest, I wanted to tell you the truth, but I just couldn't do it! This is one post I thought was worth repeating. ********** Things Your Burglar Won't Tell You! ******************* Do you really think I won't look in your sock drawer? I always check dresser drawers, the bedside table and the medicine cabinet. Here's a helpful hint: I almost never go into kid's rooms You're right, I won't have enough time to break into the safe where you keep your valuable, but if it's not bolted down, I'll take it with me. A loud TV or radio can be a (48 comments)
Than it's time to do something instead of being all farmisht about it. That could cause you to become farklempt, and we don't want that to happen. Farshtaist? It's time to get rid of all of the chazzerei. You don't know what I'm talking about? Let me explain.
Is your home a little too cluttered? Woe is me! Than it's time to do something instead of being all befuddled about it. That could cause you to become too (44 comments)
OMG, I had a premature.............well, premature something or other! - 08/27/12 06:33 AM
OMG, I had a premature.............well, premature something or other! Last week I wrote a post titled She's a nice lady, but I take no prisoners. Look out Andrea Swiedler! saying how I was going to kick some butt and pass up Andrea Swiedler on the "All State Leaderboard". Not only did I NOT pass her up, but she moved from #108 to #107. She put more distance between us! Now I have to pass up the Mark Taylor dude and her!
Nothing worse than having a premature.............well, you know! ******************** (36 comments)
Mr. Einstein had quite a sense of humor if you ask me.......even if you don't ask me, I think he had quite a sense of humor. One of his famous quotes: The formula for success is actually quite simple. "If A equals success, then the formula is: A=X+Y+Z. X is work. Y is play. Z is keep your mouth shut." ******************** The man was pretty amazing and I think this is sage advice.
One thing I was sure of, I was not sitting at home and doing nothing this weekend. Friday night, my friend Gene and I had tickets for the Yankees/Indians game. It was a beautiful night, not too humid, so we had dinner downtown at the Thirsty Parrot out on their patio. We headed across the street to the game, the Indians lost, but we had a great evening. After the game, we went back to the Thirsty Parrot and watched the very cool fireworks display before we headed home.
Saturday was a lovely day. Did my usual ActiveRain (41 comments)
"There was a butler named James who worked for a couple , and the wife was a very beautiful woman, much younger than her husband," related Spencer. "One evening, they told James that they would be out for dinner and wouldn't return until 11 o'clock. But at 9 o'clock the wife came home alone. She walked in the front door and said to James: 'Come up to my bedroom.' When they got there, she shut the door and said: 'Take off my dress.' And of course he did so. She sat down on the bed and said: 'Take off my stockings.' (34 comments)
Until I saw this video, I was sure that only "He" could walk on water. - 08/24/12 11:26 AM
Until I saw this video, I was sure that only "He" could walk on water! ******************** Call it magic, call it tricks, call it whatever you'd like, but watch this video! You will see three of the most amazing "feats" that for the life of me, I can not figure out. But when it's this good, who cares! ********************
******************** So what did you think? Any ideas how any of the three were done? ******************** (46 comments)
Spell check makes me laugh at times..........well, almost every day! When I write an e-mail, I always use spell check. I use it when I write a post on ActiveRain. If I need to write a letter or create a Word Document, I use spell check. Every time, they tell me MUCCI is spelled wrong! What's up with that? I know ActiveRain tells Lenn Harley that Lenn is spelled incorrectly, unless they fixed that by now. (33 comments)
"If" I were to write a post today, it could be about a number of things. That I haven't had a cigarette since June 15th. That I've gained a tremendous amount of weight since that day. That yesterday, I didn't have "it" but I think I have "it" today. That I don't even know what "it" is, so I'm not sure if I do have "it" today. That I don't have a game plan for today since I wasn't sure I'd have "it" or not. That if I figure out if I have "it" or not, I'll be back (40 comments)
Some days you've got "it", some days, you dont.....today is a don't day. The problem is, I'm not quite sure what "it" is, but whatever "it" is, I don't have "it" today. Or maybe I do have "it" and just don't know "it". I'm going with I'm feeling under the weather and I'm sticking to "it". Nothing is really wrong and I'm not feeling sick, but nothing is really right either and I don't feel like doing a damn thing today. Good thing I don't have anything important planned for today. Went back to bed after writing my (26 comments)
This tugged at my heart strings, how about you? An amazing story of Life! ********** The first day of school our professor introduced himself and challenged us to get to know someone we didn't already know. I stood up to look around when a gentle hand touched my shoulder. I turned around to find a wrinkled, little old lady beaming up at me with a smile that lit up her entire being.. She said, 'Hi handsome. My name is Rose. I'm eighty-seven years old. Can I give you a hug?' I laughed and enthusiastically responded, 'Of course you may!' and she gave me (26 comments)
Choosing a good blogging platform for you or your company - 08/20/12 05:13 PM
Tony has some great suggestions on choosing a good blogging platform for you or your company. You can find out what's free, what the cost is for some of the others, and he's even added links so you can check them all out. Give his post a try, there some wonderful information there. Leave a comment for Tony, I'm sure he'd appreciate it too. Via Tony Cappaert (Contactually): Choosing what to base your company blog on is never easy. The number of different choices that are out there are bonkers, and the differences among them can be drastic. So how do you (0 comments)
The way I see it, it really just comes down to where you store things! My last visit to the dentist a few weeks ago was with the hygienist. After she finished with the x-rays, cleaning and flossing, she commented on the fact that it was obvious I had been flossing every day, and wanted to know what had changed. I simply told her that instead of storing my floss in the medicine cabinet, I store it in my liquor cabinet now. Chances of me going in there are much better than me going in the medicine cabinet. My (35 comments)
She's a nice lady, but I take no prisoners. Look out Andrea Swiedler! - 08/20/12 04:29 AM
She's a nice lady, but I take no prisoners! Look out Andrea Swiedler, I'm coming after you! Last time I checked the Leaderboard in All States, I had moved up to #109. Who is right ahead of me? Well my oh my, it's that nice lady from Milford, CT...........Andrea Swiedler. Well she's ahead of me right now, by 4,600 points and some change, but I'm moving in on her fast. If she doesn't want to be left in the dust, she better get those fingers flying on that keyboard and bang out some pretty hefty posts to keep her (84 comments)
Many of you have met him through his website and commented on his blog www.dailydogwalkers.com. I know many of you are animal lovers and Anthony has so much to say on his blog every day. He posts it on Facebook and also adds links to his website, so you may want to take a look, you can find him here: http://www.facebook.com/anthony.j.mucci Anthony J. Mucci Tell him Roger sent you.............Couldn't hurt if you "Like" him too!
Your four-legged family will, (34 comments)
The following plug-in is unresponsive: Norton Confidential........... - 08/18/12 04:37 AM
The following plug-in is unresponsive: Norton Confidential Would you like to stop it? ********** Give me a friggin' break, I'm about to lose my mind, or what little is left of it. For over thirty minutes I have been messing with this computer. I have shut down, re-booted, clicked on "Learn More" and didn't learn anything other than this happens when you use Google Chrome. ********** Norton Confidential has crashed. Norton Confidential needs your permission to run. "Run this time" "Always run on this site" ********** Doesn't matter which I choose, it never ends. HELP! ********** Norton - Powerful Anti-Virus, (42 comments)
3 Common Lead Generation Myths - 08/17/12 10:06 AM
Swing on over to Tony's blog and read what he has to say about Lead Generation. He's also a newbie on ActiveRain, so lets give him a nice warm welcome. I'm going to disable comments on this post, so please visit Tony, I'm sure he'll appreciate it........as will I................ Thanks. Via Tony Cappaert (Contactually): Imagine you’re a young professional who just landed a new job and are searching for an apartment in the DC area. What’s your first step? If you guessed searching for “DC apartments” on Google…you were right! Now you, as the real estate professional, are picturing your webpage at (0 comments)
A little over four years ago, Massage Envy opened about a block from the apartment complex I was living in at the time. It took about three visits before a found a masseur that suited my needs. Now I live 45 minutes away, but still keep the same masseur at the same place. Alan is terrific. He learned all of my trouble spots and zeroed in on them every time I had an appointment with him. I looked forward to every visit and felt great after each session. I had an appointment with Alan at 2 p.m. today. I got a (9 comments)
Good news about our friend Tish Lloyd. - 08/17/12 07:21 AM
Good news about our friend Tish Lloyd. Cinnamon posted this on Facebook yesterday. Sorry I am late with the news. I thought I'd post it here for all of her ActiveRain Friends. Finally got the path report on Mom. After removing 2 tumors and her thyroid because the biopsy results showed cancer -- she does NOT have cancer. The doctor said what they found was so minute as to not even qualify. She will need no treatment other than taking synthroid for the rest of her life. Thank you, God, for hearing and answering our prayers in such a way (25 comments)
A married couple in their early 60's was celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary in a quiet, romantic little restaurant. Suddenly, a tiny yet beautiful fairy appeared on their table. She said, "For being such an exemplary married couple, and for being loving to each other for all this time, I will grant you each a wish". The wife answered, "Oh, I want to travel around the world with my darling husband". The fairy waved her magic wand and - POOF! - two tickets for the Queen Mary II appeared in her hands. The husband thought for a (36 comments)
Help me help a friend help a friend. - 08/16/12 07:44 PM
Michael Jacobs is trying to help a friend Taky Cheung who is in a contest and tyrying to win as LA's Best Videographer. It only takes a second to vote, and all you need to do is click on the link: http://www.weddingindustryexperts.com/votes/Z4QgmnAqG.html Help me help a friend help a friend. Via Michael Jacobs, Pasadena CA/SanGabriel Valley Realtor, 818.516.4393 cell (Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate): A Favor For A Client and Friend -- Vote For Taky Cheung as LA’s Best Videographer
Taky Cheung Vote For Him As LA's Best Videographer LA Color Videographer www.lacolor.com I am not prone to ask for such (0 comments)
Perks of Being Over The Hill - 08/16/12 08:26 AM
Perks Of Being Over The Hill There is nothing left anymore to learn the hard way. Things that you buy now won't wear out. Your supply of brain cells is finally down to a manageable size. You no longer think of the speed limit as a challenge. Your investment in health insurance is finally paying off. You can quit trying to hold in your stomach no matter who walks into the room. Your secrets are safe with your friends because they can't remember them anyway You can sing along with elevator music. Your joints are more accurate meteorologists than the (27 comments)
There aren't many dances in this life that I've missed, and I'm sure there are many more ahead. Indeed life comes with its challenges, and it also gets in the way of our plans at times. Many times in my lifetime I've run into twists, turns, curves and bumps that have truly made the journey much more interesting than I ever thought it would be. I can honestly say I have no regrets....I've faced the challenges head on and did whatever needed to be done. At times it was a bit scary, because I had no idea where the (41 comments)
Einstien dies and goes to heaven. The 1st person he see he asks, "Excuse me? What's your IQ" The person replies, 280. Einstien says, great! We can talk about astro physics! 2nd person he runs into he asks the same question, what's your IQ? The person replies, 150. Great! says Einstien, we can talk about events of the day! The 3rd person he sees he once again asks about their IQ. This time the (32 comments)
This is a topic that gets a lot of discussion, how do you feel about it and what do you do?
Every day I read and comment on quite a few posts, always the minimum 10 that I get points for, but many times it’s more like 20-30 posts that I comment on per day. Some days more, some less. I have over 250 blogs that I subscribe to, so I don’t hit all of them every day.
Most of my posts get quite a bit of action too. In a perfect world, I try to respond to each comment (136 comments)
What makes a good boss? · Positive influence · Setting a good example · Delegates responsibilities · Leads the team but remains a team player · Gives recognition to team members for their ideas · Does not take credit for a team members idea · Remains fair and honest · Rewards hard working employees · Disciplines when necessary
Kudos to Michael Delaware and Scott Fogleman this week. If you haven't seen this post yet by Michael Delaware , do yourself a favor and read it. My Journey with Weight Loss His story is truly an inspiration and he is to be commended for his strength and fortitude while on this weight loss journey. Anyone who has or is struggling with weight issues will appreciate what Michael has to say and what he has been through.
Another ActiveRain Member I would like to mention is Scott Fogleman. I had the pleasure of speaking with Scott last week (14 comments)
Creating the WOW factor! - 08/13/12 07:08 PM
Loved this the first time around and had to re-blog it just in case someone missed it. Such an amazing piece of..................marketing! Nice house too! Leave your comments on Vanessa's post, I disabled comments. Via Vanessa Saunders MBA CIPS Marketing NY Globally (Global Property Systems Real Estate): I have always enjoyed watching commercials from overseas. They somehow seem to take more risks or include humor more than we do in the States. I came across this video marketing piece for a classy property on the Australian Gold Coast. I think it's a breath of fresh air but wander if you think we (0 comments)
He was quite impressed with BLiz, but who isn't.......... - 08/12/12 09:58 AM
Yesterday I wrote a post titled Daily Dog Walkers & Pet Sitting present the top 10 pet names for 2012 and invited all of you to visit my brother Tony's website http://www.dailydogwalkers.com/ Many of you did and Tony and I are both extremely grateful. He was quite impressed with BLiz, but who isn't....................................Should I tell Tony that stands for Bill and Liz?
Tony also responded on his blog and invited you to return for some of the great tips he will be posting. You may want to save his website address to your favorites and drop by and say "hi" to (27 comments)
Like most things, you know if I go for the Gold Medal, that's too much pressure for me. So I'm going to concentrate on going for the Silver or Bronze Medal. Any way going, I consider myself a winner, or at least a contender. I'm in the game, race, or whatever it is..............but I'm IN! Here's my goal, simple and to the point. I will do my best and work my hardest to help all of my (47 comments)
Daily Dog Walkers & Pet Sitting present the top 10 pet names for 2012 - 08/11/12 09:11 AM
Daily Dog Walkers & Pet Sitting present the top 10 pet names for 2012 This is my brother Tony's blog on his website http://www.dailydogwalkers.com/ I know there are a lot of pet lovers here on ActiveRain. Please leave a comment on his blog and also your pets names. Dogs, cats, any pets you many have, Tony is such an animal lover and has two cats of his own. Something else just to do for "shiggles".
The greatest grief's are those we cause ourselves - Sophocles Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses - Confucius Everything has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it - Confucius Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much - Oscar Wilde
Topics I will not blog about today: Our ActiveRain meet-up in The Big Apple on July 31st at The Oyster Bar in Grand Central Terminal that was an amazing afternoon, well attended and had many posts written about it. I've actually gotten several notes in the mail from several who attending thanking me for putting it together. All that Sheila Anderson and I accomplished in Massachusetts involving her new home in The Berkshires that is basically a complete renovation. We are still making choices on things needed (37 comments)
This was left on Facebook by Cinnamon Wright around 5 p.m. last night. It's concerning her Mom, Tish Lloyd and the surgery she had yesterday. I thought I would post her remarks. ******************** Just got Mom home about 30 mins ago. She's exhausted (why can't they let you sleep in the hospital?) and still feeling a little pain -- but I think being home and sleep will go a long way in making her feel better. Thanks again for (45 comments)
I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody." - Bill Cosby Something to think about today. There is no way we can please everybody, I agree with Mr. Cosby, that is the key to failure. All we can do is be the best that we can be for ourselves, that's all we can ask for in this life. (25 comments)
Letting go doesn't mean giving up... it means moving on. It is one of the hardest things a person can do. Starting at birth, we grasp on to anything we can get our hands on, and hold on as if we will cease to exist when we let go. We feel that letting go is giving up, quitting, and that as we all know is cowardly. But as we grow older we are forced to change our way of thinking. We are forced to realize that letting go means accepting things that cannot be. It means maturing and (29 comments)
Basic Black Dress for the Ladies, Gray or Navy Suit for the Gentlemen - 08/07/12 02:20 PM
Ladies, the beauty about the basic black dress is that you can create many dramatic looks with it. You can dress it from office by day to party at night with the right accessories. A different necklace, brooch, earrings, scarf or shoes will change the entire mood and look of the dress. Gentlemen, same goes for the basic gray or navy suit, change it up with different shirts, ties and shoes. Well the same holds true when you are decorating your home. The perfect accessories can complete the look of a room and make it truly your own. Basic furnishings can be (69 comments)
FAMILIES IN TRANSITION, Wonderful Central Florida 32765 Charity that is so WORTHY of Our Support - 08/07/12 07:37 AM
Please take the time to read this post and watch the video. It makes you realize how fortunate we are, and how, through no fault of our own, we could become homeless in the blink of an eye. These families were so courageous living in cars and trucks.........unimaginable to me. Leave your comments on Kevin's post, I am disabling them on this post. Via Kevin B Tolbert, PA GRI, CDPE Keller Williams Realty (Keller Williams Realty of Port Saint Lucie): This has got to be at the top of your list of worthy, heartfelt organizations that need and deserve your help. To (0 comments)
Now isn't that a true account of a pessimist. Lets all put on our optimistic hat and be extremely positive about everything we do today. Why not see the glass as half full instead of half empty?
Well I don't know about you, but the way I see it, I'm #1 three times. - 08/06/12 05:59 AM
Just for "shiggles" I checked the Leaderboard this morning. All Profile Types in All States. This is how I ranked: Well I don't know about you, but the way I see it, I'm #1 three times. Looks right to me! One thing confused me though, why are all those people pictured ahead of me? Why do they have so many more points? I just don't get it! As far as I'm concerned, I'm #1 three times, that's my story and I'm sticking to it!
Is it possible to be too stupid to own a computer? Take a look and tell me!
Actual dialogue of a former WordPerfect Customer Support employee.(Now I know why they record these conversations!): Operator: 'Ridge Hall, computer assistance, may I help you?'Caller: 'Yes, well, I'm having trouble with WordPerfect .'Operator: 'What sort of trouble?'Caller: 'Well, I was just typing along, and all of a sudden the words went away.'Operator: 'Went away?'Caller: 'They disappeared'Operator: 'Hmm. So what does your screen look like now?
Caller: (29 comments)
Hold up here, me, make a decision? You must be kidding, right? - 08/05/12 03:59 AM
The manager of a large corporation had a heart attack, and the doctor told him to go for several weeks to a farm to relax. The guy went to a farm, and after a couple of days he was very bored, so he asked the farmer to give him some job to do. The farmer told him to clean the shit of the cows. The farmer thought that to somebody coming from the city, working the whole life sitting in an office, it will take over a week to finish the job, but for his surprise the manager finished the job in (23 comments)
Document all policies and procedures. Until there is a written policy or procedure on how a certain task is done, it's best not to delegate it to anyone other than yourself. Now it's time to train others to do the task. Shadow an employee the first time they are doing the task. Do it right along with them, following the written policy and procedure. Don't just hand it off and go. The first time they do this task on their own, check it to make sure all the "I's" are dotted and the "T's" are crossed. (31 comments)
This is what Sheila and I walked into on Sunday of last week when we got to The Berkshires. Possibly now you will all understand why there are no "after" photos available. Our mission last weekend was to give the contractor all of the selections and necessary information he needed so the work can be completed. The center photo is one end of the living room and the top left photo with the built in bookcases is the other end. It's quite a large space, but radiators have to be moved, (35 comments)
Sneak Preview of a few selections we made for Sheila's new house. - 08/02/12 06:53 PM
Sneak Preview of a few selections we made for Sheila's new house. ******************** Retro appliances on top left, but we chose white not the turquoise that is shown in the photo Top right is the fabric for the couch in the living room with a small swatch of the paint color Center is the Caesarstone countertop in dark blue, cabinets in blue/grey, lighter blue is the paint color for the kitchen and dining room and the white is the appliances. Bottom far left, tile for the upstairs bathroom floor, hardwood flooring for upstairs bedroom, top color is bathroom, bottom color is (32 comments)
The Big Apple Meet-Up: Fun, Fun, Fun! - 08/02/12 04:15 AM
Many of you have been asking me for photos of the meet-up in The Big Apple at The Oyster Bar. Believe me, my photos pale by comparison, so I would much rather direct you to Kristine's post and the fabulous photos taken by her and her husband and the wonderful display she put together for us. It truly was an exciting meet-up as you will tell from the photos and it was such a pleasure to meet everyone in person, finally! You may want to check out my post which is the reason I was in that area anyway and able (0 comments)
For some fabulous photos of our meet-up see Kristine Ginsberg's post - 08/01/12 06:34 AM
For some really fabulous photos of our Big Apple Meet-Up at The Oyster Bar in Grand Central Terminal yesterday, please check out Kristine Ginsberg's post The Big Apple Meet-Up: - Fun, Fun, Fun! The Meet-Up was a huge success. We had a total of 18 ActiveRain members who were there......some long time members and some who are fairly new. It was an amazing mix of people and I believe everyone in attendance had a great time. If not, they only have themselves to blame. Attendees: Mitchell Hall Janis Borgueta Debbie Walsh Debbie Gartner Kristine Ginsberg Marty Ginsberg Nicole Beauchamp Marie Graham (30 comments)
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