My Second Annual Blog Index 2007 - 12/31/07 02:23 PM
I've posted 95 blogs here on Active Raine in 2007, most of them on Professionalism, many on the mortgage Crisis, much on pure Real Estate concepts, some Frivolous, and a few very Personal.
Today's message is a simple one:
Happy New Year! May personal and professional success fill your new year.
All my best,
My New Years Resolutions Regarding Active Rain 12-31-07 Frivolous
Twas The Night Before Christmas, Revisited 12-23-07 Frivolous
Prestidigitation Without the Half Naked Girl 12-16-07 Miss leading ads
A New Look At The Foreclosure Problem 12-11-07 Crisis
My First Sale and The Naked Amazon / A Haunted House 12-03-07 Frivolous
Les Pendens, Memorandum, Professionalism, and Buyer's
My New Years Resolutions Regarding Active Rain - 12/31/07 02:16 PM
In 2008, I shall:
Blog at least twice a week! (I only posted 94, this year.)
Comment more, saying nice thing to nice people, simply because I can.
Post more of Jack's poems, they're good for our souls. (http://activerain.com/billswife)
Add to my pod-cast. I shall either find the time or a place to recorded quietly. (http://realestatesage.info/)
While I'm talking, I will talk to more Rainers, more often.
Meet more Rainers, in person.
Consider a new different photograph.
Get a new spell checker, one that thinks and displays suggestions with larger fonts.
Refrain from suggesting the anatomically impossible to the incompetent.
Refrain from suggesting "Old Testament" type punishment for client abuse.
Twas The Night Before Christmas, Revisited - 12/23/07 03:44 PM
Twas the night before Christmas, when all across the web,
Not a blogger was blogging, not even young Sardi:
The postings were posted on the Rain with care,
In hope that they soon would be featured there;
The readers were off line all snug in their beds,
With visions of bonus points dancing in their heads;
Brenda in her t-shirt and I in my jockeys,
Had just settled down for a long winters nap,
When out in the hall, down in the den, there arose such a clatter.
I sprang from the bed to see what was the matter,
Away to MS Windows I flew like a flash,
Clicked open stand-by and