It is strangely satisfying to be served a sandwich on a slab of stone. A chunk of slate. The nature-lover in me rejoices! Friends were in from out of town and I met them at Blue Dahlia Bistro in Westlake. I did enjoy my egg salad tartine on homemade bread served on a rock, but this … Continue reading Making Sound Decisions
So, in the pursuit of a more perfect Xmas present, I visited our new Dripping Springs version of Wild Birds Unlimited. It's super-easy for me because it shares a parking lot with our Keller Williams office. I talked with Manuel and Anna Peña, the owners, and shortly we were joined by their daughter, Amanda, and … Continue reading It’s For the Birds
Fresh Native is an extremely charming old house-turned-boutique on Ranch Road 12. People who are 20 definitely shop here, but so does my mom. Starrs on Mercer is also a great place for men and women, as well as folks who need clothing to wear to Dripping Springs Tigers games. Lots of jewelry and accessories, and … Continue reading Christmas Shopping in a Lil’ Town
"Because your mother went to art school."
Mark Sprague, of Independence Title in Texas, forecasts that the cost of labor will rise as much as 25% in the next year or so. Let's think about it: the entire Texas coast and inland for 75 miles or more, was damaged/destroyed by Hurricane Harvey. All those homes and buildings need repair and replacement. That … Continue reading Number
Now if it's recreation you want in the DSID, there are 22 homes on the MLS, of various ages, which have.... pools AND horses allowed.
Thursdays around here are supposed to be "Thematic Thursday", which loosely means, "The theme of this blog is real estate, so on this day, I will describe the work of a real estate professional." I have heard lots of misconceptions and confusion about what real estate professionals actually DO, so I will give you some … Continue reading Training