Dealing with uncertainty

Services for Real Estate Pros with P. Timothy McDonald, Esq.

Okay I know. Maybe you think I'm talking abou the Real Estate Market or maybe interest rates.  Maybe I am talking about the Stock Market.  Actually, its none of these.  Think of all the things that are going on.  What was the one thing we in New England could count on this year?  Yes it was the New England Patiots.  I even watched the 1972 Super Bowl on Sunday because I figured it would be the last time they would show it after the Patriots won and completed and undefeated season.

Well we all know what happened.  The Giants beat the undefeated New England Patriots.  So after the shock of the loss I think we need to look at the bright side.  The Pats had a phenominal season.  No team has won 18 games in one season.  Tom Brady and Randy Moss broke numerous records.  They just couldn't get that final win.

 Sure, I was disapointed but I think I am over it now.  I am looking at all of the positive thinks that came out of the season.

Speaking of positve things, it is almost time for spring training.  Go Red Sox!

Comments (3)

Jim Albano
Prudential Damiano Realty - Little Falls, NJ
Team - Jean-Marie Vantuno / Realtors North Jersey Real Estate
There's a reason they play the games. It's never a good idea to take your opponent for granted and start pronouncing you're 19-0 before the fact. That just helped the Giants to turn it up an extra notch. We went from no respect to Super Bowl Champions! It was a great game though!
Feb 04, 2008 07:49 AM
Timothy P. McDonald
P. Timothy McDonald, Esq. - Warwick, RI
Yes that is why they play the games.  And it was a great game.  If only all of the Super Bowls could be a exciting as this one.
Feb 04, 2008 07:52 AM
Joan Whitebook
BHG The Masiello Group - Nashua, NH
Consumer Focused Real Estate Services
I think it is important to recognize what a great year the Pats had!  I think it unfortunate that some people forget that and only look at 1 game -- it was a BIG game, but only 1 game.  They did a great job.
Feb 04, 2008 08:07 AM