Yesterday I completed this little mural commission for my clients. It fulfilled the homeowner’s dreams, was priced fairly and finished in time to coincide with the kitchen re-do and visit from family. Here is a sneak peak. Although I haven’t picked up a paint bush in three years, it was so much fun. I am inspired!
With an increasingly cautious home market on the horizon, this is more important now than ever! Douglas-Elliman article – features us as well.
My real estate showings have been heating up as buyers are finding out what we have known all along – That Virginia is truly for Lovers of so many things. We have the Seashore, Chesapeake Bay, Eastern Shore, Shenandoah Valley, Mountains, Charming Small Towns, Historic Treasures, World Class Universities, College Towns, Up-beat Cities and Metropolitan areas, Museums galore and some of the best wineries on the East Coast of the United States. Here in Virginia we have it all. If you are looking for a place to stay in the Chesapeake Bay Region or Beyond, check out the Select Registry of Inns. http://www.selectregistry.com/index.asp
Now that summer is here, things are heating up in the real estate market! In the last week, I have been to Winchester, Williamsburg, Gloucester and Norfolk on listing presentations, showings and meetings. What a wonderfully busy week! More to come this weekend.
We are having absolutely lovely weather here in the Chesapeake Bay Region of Virginia. Now that Spring has finally arrived – showings are picking up. Wishing you all an absolutely fabulous day!
Although most of us have already planted our vegetable garden’s, in the event that you wish to add a few more fabulous varieties to the garden this year, there is still time. This article is one I wrote some time ago, however it is still as relevant now as it was then.Heirloom Vegetables – standing the test of time!
As the wife of a farmer who plants, cultivates and harvests small grains and corn, the corn crop is in and is off to a great start. Soon we will be enjoying summer sweet corn and at the end of August thru September the grand corn harvest. After the harvest – Dove Season sets in. Thought this article might give those sportsmen and sportswomen out there something to look forward to. This is my article from three years ago about Dove Hunting in Virginia. Dove Hunting in Virginia – After the corn harvest.