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Wordless Wednesday: Almost No Weight Watcher Points

Whenever I go to Capitol Hill to show or preview, I manage to stop by the Eastern Market for great food, flowers and photo opportunities.  On this trip I picked up a couple of these guys.  They helped me to keep my points within the allowable range. 

 

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Comment balloon 21 commentsPatricia Kennedy • May 30 2012 08:18PM
Wordless Wednesday: Almost No Weight Watcher Points
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Whenever I go to Capitol Hill to show or preview, I manage to stop by the Eastern Market for great food, flowers and photo opportunities. On this trip I picked up a couple of these guys. They helped me to keep my points within the allowable… more
Selling Granny's House: Working with Seniors
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FAQ'S: Step 4 to Buying Your New Home - Evaluating Your Choices
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Question: At what point do we get to hit the streets and look at real houses? Answer: Once you've established the price range for you new home, it will be time to start looking at homes that might work for you. After you have shared… more
Last Week's Favorites: May 20th - 27th
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It was a quiet week in Lake Woebegone, oops, I mean ActiveRain. OK, my apologies to Garrison Keelor, who I actually got to see on Friday night live at Wolf Trap. Every week when I start to write this post, I want to start off this way. This was… more
Friday Fotos: Cannon Barrel
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Friday Fotos: Cannon Barrel Who'd have thought that the barrel of a cannon could be such a work of art? I found this on a recent visit to Yorktown, Virginia at the site of the British surrender to the American troops after the final… more
FAQs: Step 1 to Buying Your Home: Show Me The Money!
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Question: once we hire you as our buyer broker, what it the first step to buying our new home? Answer: before I can help you decide on a location, I have to know how much you want to spend and where the funds will be coming from. .. more
Wordless Wednesday: Eleanor's Peony?
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I was just going through my last import from my I-Phone and found this peony. They are all up and down my street in Crestwood, the legacy of a sweet old lady who lived in the corner house on my block for many decades. By the time she moved… more
Speechless Sunday: Real Colonial House
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This is an adorable little cottage in the historic section of Wiliamsburg, Virginia. It probably dates back to the early 1700's. And I'm guessing that it started off as the kitchen to the really big house next door. .. more
DC's Eastern Market: Foodie Heaven on Capitol Hill
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If you live on Capitol Hill, what you pay for your house probably had a lot to do with how close it is, not to our nation's Capitol building, but its proximity to DC's Eastern Market. Built in 1873, Eastern Market is the oldest continuously… more
Friday's Fotos on Saturday: DC's Eastern Market Flower Stand
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Yesterday, I had a listing appointment on Capitol Hill. And I couldn't pass up the opportunity to stop off at DC's Eastern Market for some lunch and a few shots on my I-Phone. Not only do they have stalls with great food. You can… more