Thanksgiving 2020

Even in a pandemic there’s a lot to be grateful for

While everyone’s holiday gatherings this year probably don’t much resemble what we are all used to, I’ve been heartened to see so many folks cobbling together what celebrations they can, making the best of things with a patchwork of socially distant, outdoor, or online get togethers.

My husband and I celebrated at our home with just the two of us and a full table of tasty eats and equally tasty wine.  We toasted to our happy and lucky life together, and counted the blessings of having such an abundance of lovely friends and family and that, even though we decided to stay apart to keep us all safe, we hope to make up for in spades in 2021!

With a full belly and grateful heart, wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving!

Featured Listing: 5203 Beechmoor Drive, Austin, TX 78723

East Austin Groovy at Its Finest!

As a Realtor, some houses you come across are just ultra cool and hip in an (almost) effortless way that shines through beautifully with just the teensiest bit of zhushing.   My listing at 5203 Beechmoor Drive is one of those houses.

Built in 1966, this single story, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home located near 51st & Manor Road features two living spaces and an ultra cool mid-century modern vibe that showcases perfectly the sellers’ quirky/sophisticated style and brings to life everything to love about this area and the local aesthetic.

It sits on a corner lot just shy of 1/4 acre and includes fantastic entertaining/living space outside with plenty of room to accommodate any buyer’s ideas on expansion.

Located just minutes from downtown and Mueller, this must-see home is the epitome of East Austin groovy!

For more details on this home (and a 3-D interactive tour), please click here or reach out to me to schedule an appointment to view.

 

Independence Day 2020

Eyes on the prize

Celebrating Independence Day in 2020 (the year currently favored to take home the award in the Most Apocalyptic Year Ever category) will likely be a little different than what we are typically used to, but I reckon we will still celebrate our nation’s birth in whatever socially distant, limited size and face-masked capacity we can.  Just be safe, y’all — and smart — and remember we are all in this together.  Let’s celebrate how we can today, with an eye toward really blowing it out in 2021!  We just have to get there…

Happy 4th!!