There’s been a quiet, excited, murmuring concerning Lubbock’s outer loop. There is much to inquire on…location?…where is construction starting?…how is it effecting the areas? 2019 is bringing in some new developments in the process of Loop 88. Check out the article and map that gives you the insight of the plans and what’s to come. Check back for more updates as the proceedings continue.
Do you think this is a good move for Lubbock?
How will this effect the community?
How will it effect the market?
What do you think? Comment below.
As I reflect on this year’s Mother’s Day, I realize the holiday continues to get sweeter each year. Of course, it’s another holiday and with societies holiday’s, comes a little stress; from wondering what gift will suffice to what gift will express your immeasurable gratitude. There is also anticipation as a mother what you might receive.
Yesterday, I spent time thinking about my mom and her caring for me. It was smooth sailing, rough waters and sometimes even (what seemed) impossible storms. I was a shy, introverted child that got picked on in the playground and had a speck of self confidence. I hoped that no one would talk to me so I wouldn’t have to respond. No eye contact. No eye contact. My hands would sweat when anyone walked my direction ready to spark a conversation. Maybe not even noticing, my mom strived to help me find strength…inner strength. As a gift of God, I already possessed that attribute. I believe we all have strength from within. She worked (worked hard) on drawing it out and taught me to be strong and courageous. She pushed me to take risks and be uncomfortable. Stepping out of my comfort zone was nightmarish. Many lessons were painful and grueling. And during the period of trial, you don’t realize you’re learning and growing. The trials of life are tumultuous. Thankfully, mom’s in their unique ways prepare you for life; with hard-knock sternness to gently, vulnerable apologies. As we, my mother and I are both adults and mother’s now, we enjoy visiting about parenting, reflecting on the memories and admitting the faults we have had as mothers.
I listen to different pastors from different parts of the country. Steven Furtick is a favorite. He was reflecting on his father around Father’s Day and the reflecting wasn’t great! In fact, it irritated him to think of his dad’s fathering. Then Steven received great advice from his father-in-law that he didn’t want to hear at the moment. “Remember the good times.” You will remember what you focus on. Focusing leads to magnifying and you choose what you magnify. That is a lesson that I will strive to bring into action in my life with my relationships and especially with my mom. I pray that my children will focus on the good that I have shown in my role as their mother.
I cherish the gift of inner strength. The intangible treasure doesn’t shine or glitter, but it is a talent I hold tightly. It’s what has helped me as a mother and a wife. It helped me walk into an AD’s office and convince him that I was equipped to be the Head Volleyball Coach and oversee a program. I held that position for fourteen years. Currently, helps me as a real estate agent to serve people and enjoy every minute of building relationships. My parents and especially my mom had her work cut out. She helped mold a bashful, vulnerable little girl to a strong, courageous person that enjoys being herself. THANK YOU MOM!
The flu is raging among our Lubbock Community; from school closings to a spike in hospital stays. Educate yourself to keep you and your family safe. Equip yourselves to help fight the virus. The link provided at the bottom of page gives you sound information concerning the flu from the City of Lubbock.
To add to the ways to resist becoming a victim alongside the information the City has provided…
**Vitamin C to help boost immune system
**Other foods that help: garlic, cayenne pepper, honey(not under age of 2)
**Lots of rest
**Minimize stress 🙂 🙂
**Clean and disinfect your house…bedsheets, bathrooms, doorknobs, replace toothbrushes, etc
(Disclaimer: the above recommendations are my personal opinion and I am not a licensed health professional)
Have an AWESOME, SAFE, AND HEALTHY WEEKEND!!
New Year comes with New You and New House! January always comes with looking over the past year and considering changes. Changes in your health and habits. Always striving to be better than the year before. Also considering what’s best for you and your family in all aspects of life. Contemplating whether the new year comes with a new home can be in your plans for 2018.
Take a look at these nuggets of information to help get you ready to have an effective time on the market. Learning what it’s going to take to catch the eye of Millennials and Baby Boomers just the same is great information to reach a wide spectrum of peeps. Keeping with the techno trends of videos and drone photography and let’s not forget the practicality of pre-inspections will keep you at the cutting edge of marketing your home. There’s so much to consider when listing your home…finding the right agent…examining the time frame that works for you…learning what the market in your neighborhood is telling you your house is worth.
There is so much to observe…enjoy the article!!
Hey everybody!! I pray your 2018 is kicking off to a great start.! May you see blessings and prosperity in Family/Business/Work!
The beginning of the year always brings around thoughts of change. What do I want to do differently for this new year? What’s going to help me grow as a person for my family, health and business. My goals for 2018…to reach out of my comfort zone and attack my passions.
Passion #1: Connecting and Serving People!! I love people. I enjoy connecting and sharing life together. I look forward to attaining this through my business.
Passion #2: Passion to write. As a former English teacher, I am in love with words and how they positively influence. This too will be accomplished through my business.
I am a wife and mother of two teenagers. I have always had a leadership mindset and grant that gift to my Lord, Jesus Christ. Along with leading and guiding, He blesses me with the heart to serve and love people. I delight in watching t.v. with my husband and going on quick weekend trips as a family. I’m enthusiastic about working out, pushing my body physically and also quiet time and reading the Word. As for my career…
I’m excited to announce I have just joined a great real estate company NEW to Lubbock. I am super excited about joining the team of NextHome CORE Realty. We provide so much to our clients such as walking you through your real estate transaction, staying up to date with Lubbock’s growth and most importantly, connecting and living life together. When new opportunities present themselves, it takes a leap of faith to take a jump. By taking a jump, we stretch, grow and move forward. I know this jump for me is going to catapult me to connect with you!!
So what’s your PASSION for 2018!! Feel free to comment with your 2018 passion.