Tag Archives: Knoxville

Epiphany at the Knoxville Cracker Barrel

Anyone who reads this blog probably knows that I love Knoxville. I don’t really talk about it, but I also love sweets. Not many sweets, my extra pounds don’t really come from that as much as from love of all … Continue reading

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MegaCamp 2011!

All I can say is wow right now. Gary Keller just gave a 3 hour class with several top-performing sales agents giving insights. Subjects included how to structure my real estate business more effectively; different ways to market YOUR property … Continue reading

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MegaCamp 2011: My KW adventure begins…Welcome to…Knoxville?

Well, here I am at Knoxville’s McGhee-Tyson airport, waiting to wing my way with my pal Lucas down to Austin to attend the Technology Camp at Keller Williams’ annual Mega Camp 2011. The thing is, MegaCamp started this morning! I … Continue reading

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What to know when buying a condo.

As a real estate agent and – for the past couple years, a resident of a condominium, I have learned a lot about condo living and how to decide it it’s right for others. Here are a few questions that … Continue reading

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Knoxville Nostalgia: The Return of Raven Records

This afternoon on the way back to the office from a lovely lunch at Dead-end Bbq, I finally took the opportunity to stop in at Raven Records. This was quite a treat for me because while the record shop provided … Continue reading

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Genealogy: Finding My Own Knoxville History

My family is wonderful. I would do anything in my power for my parents, in-laws and myriad cousins, aunts, uncles and extended others. I grew up in Benton, TN down on the TN/GA border. My maternal grandfather actually preached at … Continue reading

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Bugs, the Children of Israel and my Grandmaw

Since I was a kid running around in my grandmother’s back yard with muddy shoes and a fertile imagination, I have had a fascination with those husks of the Cicadas that seems to grow on her scaly-bark oak trees. I … Continue reading

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