Boomerrrang: If You’ll Be a Buyer/Seller of Property, Anywhere, You’ll Want This Book

He lay in the ICU of a top Asheville, North Carolina hospital, in a medically-induced coma, his head wrapped in heated towels to ward off the chills. His partner’s daughter observed:  “Lying there, wrapped in that turban, he looks like ET (the lovable extra-terrestrial from the movie by the same name). At the same time, […]

Why You Need a Realtor

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What You’ll Get in Boomerrrang!

Boomerrrang begins with a crash. And then there’s an explosion. After Paul’s horrific accident, his broken neck, his “death” due to choking, post-surgery, his ending up in ICU, and his frightening cognitive changes, I had simply endured all I was going to take from his very arrogant neurosurgeon. My women friends (some with Southern accents) […]

A Lesson My Aging Mother Taught Me

  It had been brutally hot that summer. And throughout the state, towns and cities baked in the sun’s punishing rays. My mother’s half acre, bordering the West Warwick/Coventry line, was parched and arid but that didn’t stop her from hiring two sketchy-looking individuals to prune the forsythia bushes on her property. Why? She intended […]