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I have lived in this home for 20 years. My life was this house. I raised my daughter here; lost my dear sweet Kitty here not to discount the loss of my German Shepherd Sauerkraut in 1988. My pets were a part of my family, they loved the house. They made sure the carpet got peed on (carpet since replaced!) We had FANTASTIC Halloweens and Christmas's here. I am going to miss this house. It is a warm house. A huge house. I love this house.
I know that you and Martin are going to love this house as much as I do. I know that you are going to treat it as if it were your own.

I know how wonderful it is to live in downtown Brighton at Christmas time and in the spring, summer and fall. Winter is not all that bad here either with the city keeping the streets cleared.

One word of caution: You may misplace Mia. The house is so big she will have a ton of hiding places!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Congratulations, Lis...it's about time things started going your way. By the way, pass some of that Instant Karma my way, would you?


YAY LISA!!!! I'm so happy for you. I know what it's like to want better things in your life and the frustration of feeling that life just isn't cooperating. Life always evens us out - be it good or bad, it will always happen. That's what keeps it interesting. If it all came too easy ... well .. I'd be happy, I don't care what the proverbs say.


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