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Wishing Upon a Huntsville Star

There’s nothing sadder than an abandoned ballpark. Whenever I visit a new city, the first thing I do is check out its baseball scene – past and present. 416 more words

Baseball

Do You Have a Writer's Group?

I’m going to another meeting of my writer’s group this evening, and I’m excited. Getting feedback from other people who struggle with the same stuff I do is something I really look forward to. 156 more words

Writing

Due Diligence for Commercial Real Estate

Source: creonline.com Written By: Ray Alcorn

Commercial real estate properties are a completely different animal from residential properties in regards to assessing value. That may seem like stating the obvious, but it is easy to overlook the many details that come into play. 2,874 more words

Happy Birthday

Today is my 56th birthday and what a good birthday I’ve had!  This may be my best birthday since high school when a group of my friends got together and painted a banner that said something to the effect of “The MCHS Band wishes Dorinna Dreier a Happy Birthday” and put it on the outside of a bus that was scheduled to take us to a band competition!  504 more words

Celebrations

The House Where 'Winnie-the-Pooh' Was Written is for Sale

The 9.5-acre estate was once home to Christopher Robin and A.A. Milne
By Erin Blakemore
SMITHSONIAN.COM
FEBRUARY 1, 2017

Did you ever dream of exploring the Hundred Acre Wood with Piglet or chilling at Pooh Bear’s adorable house? 452 more words

Mardi Gras

Today was a nice relaxing Saturday.  A few weeks ago, while at the dog park, Lucy and I saw a restaurant that we thought would be fun to try.  188 more words

Celebrations

Southeastern U.S. Experiencing a Growth Spurt

Source: National Real Estate Investor By: Dan Wagner

Due to rapid growth, the Southeast is emerging as an economic powerhouse with a diversifying base.

With two international gateway markets in Atlanta and Miami—together accounting for more than 50 percent of the region’s international commercial real estate investment—and strong growth and educated workforces in smaller cities such as Charlotte, Tampa and Nashville, the Southeast region would form the sixth largest country in the world with a growth rate that would exceed any in the top five. 394 more words