Dear Friends & Family,
Wow, what a year! Can you believe it’s almost over? As many of you know, I moved back to my hometown (Orangevale) at the beginning of the year and began the exciting adventure of building my real estate business here. It’s been fun, challenging, educational, scary, rewarding and so much more. What I want to share with you is what I’m grateful for, and what I’ve learned over the past year.
I am grateful for so much. My daughter – Annie – is joyful, fascinated with life and considerate with people and animals. Moreover, she is healthy, happy and loved. We’re close to my mom now (Annie’s only living grandparent) and she has been such a blessing in our lives – she’s helped with Annie so much, I never could have done it without her.
I have found a tribe of strong, hard-working women who believe in me and support me. We work out together, celebrate together and, when necessary, commiserate together. There’s nothing like a great group of friends! I have also teamed up in real estate with one of my best friends, Alex Amaro, and love working with him and coming up with new ideas to serve people.
Business is good! I am amazed by how many people have supported my new business here, trusting in my knowledge and experience. I hope I have given back to them as much as they have given me.
I also want to share what I have learned: Starting something new in life can be scary. Whether it’s a new career or business, a new home or moving to a new city, fear can creep in. But there are so many people in my life that have held me up, inspired me and reminded me how strong and capable I am.
I have learned that people are good. People are generous and forgiving. Every person I have met this year has reminded me why I love working with and serving people so much.
I wish you all peace, love and joy this holiday season. Wherever you are – I love you, I pray for you and I believe in you.
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Cheers to wonderful New Year!
Your Friend & Realtor,