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Welcome to my blog! Now that I am retired, I don't blog as much as I used to, generally offering Home Staging advice and decorating tips when I do write. On Wednesdays I enjoy sharing a fun picture or meme using my grandchildren as my inspiration.



There is a language that few speak and most don't even know about.  Those of us who speak this language are more than willing to translate and share what we learn with those who don't.  Most realtors know of this language, but not all understand it.Much like the ghost whisperer and the horse whis...
Here are some of my photographs taken in the Portsmouth, NH area.  
  I received this today in my email (thanks Mary) and thought I would pass it on...  For  those of you who have never been to 'Bawstin', this is a good guideline. I hope you will consider coming to 'Beantown' in the near future.Information on Boston and the surrounding area:There's  no school on ...
Final photos are in...this is the end of the road... the fat lady is singing! If you are just joining us, this is the final post in a series showing our transformation of a condo.Original "Before" photos of entire condoPart 2  Dog Hair in the MicrowavePart 3  A New Door and More PaintPart 4  Kitc...
We aren't totally finished our "not-so-extreme" make-over yet, but we are close enough for some "After" photos.I first posted on this project back on March 3 and considering we only had weekends and some evenings to work on it, we made pretty good time.I decided not to keep you waiting any longer...
There are certain moments in life when emotion floods over and a kind of numb feeling takes over your body.  Hearing my son is going to be a dad was one of those moments. "Ashley is pregnant" Josh said with a big smile.It came out of the blue, totally unexpected.  Surprise!  My boy...a father?We ...
Preparing your home for sale? You are not alone, many New Hampshire Seacoast homeowners are hoping to find a buyer, and your home has plenty of competition on the market.  To guarantee you make the best impression on buyers I suggest you keep in mind that "sensory" appeal is just as important as ...
We all have had that "what is going on" feeling of confusion when there is no explanation for something, those twilight zone moments when you question your own sanity. I like order and answers...organization and explanation.  I don't like uncertainty or confusion.  This past Christmas we had 23 r...

Sharon Tara

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