Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sunshine state of mind…

Beautiful!

JTeji Photography

Anyone in Chicago/Midwest remember the Polar Vortex at the beginning of the year?
It was our anniversary on January 2nd and luckily we had a trip planned and escaped the horrible Chicago weather that week.
We didn’t think we were going to get out and definitely had some trouble getting back into town.

I know these pictures are long overdue but I thought I would at least share them…better late than never, right?

We stayed in Pompano Beach area in Florida and did one day at Epcot Center in Disney World!

I have a lot of other pictures to share from Chicago and hope to post those soon! Hope everyone is enjoying summertime 🙂

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US Home Sales Increase 2.6% in June

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THE ROSENTHAL GROUP The Philadelphia Real Estate Experts

Sales of previously owned homes rose for a third straight month in June, pushing activity to the highest level in eight months and providing evidence that housing is regaining lost momentum. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) said Tuesday that sales of existing homes increased 2.6 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.04 million homes. It marked the first time that sales have been above the 5 million-mark since October.

Even with the three months of increases, however, sales were still 2.3 percent below the sales rate in June of last year. Sales peaked in July last year and then lost momentum as mortgage rates rose from extremely low levels. Sales were further hurt by an unusually severe winter.

After peaking at 5.38 million units last July, sales had been falling as mortgage rates climbed from historic lows after then-Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke indicated in June that the…

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22 Signs You are New to South Florida

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DSCF2837_21. You get excited to see alligators in the swamps and canals. In fact, you are anxiously awaiting the moment you spot one in the community pool; until then, all you can do is dream up the perfect Instagram filter.

2. You are still amazed to see blue water when you arrive at the beach. I mean, what is this place? A postcard?

3. Thoughts in the ocean: “Why is there a starfish on my foot?!”

4. Any confidence you once had in a bathing suit has been obliterated by thong-wearing South Beach regulars. It’s a shocking sight to get used to.

5. After strong storms, you are surprised to find a large palm branch sprawled across the entire road. Be on the lookout, friends.

6. Fifteen miles no longer equals a fifteen-minute drive. I’m sorry, there is no escaping it.

7. …Driving here in general.

8. You do everything you can…

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28 Signs You Are New To South Florida

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Thought Catalog

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1. You get excited to see alligators. Okay, more than excited. You anxiously await the moment you spot one in the community pool; until then, all you can do is dream up the perfect Instagram filter.

2. The Atlantic Ocean turned turquoise? What is this place? A postcard?

3. Thoughts in the ocean: “Why is there a starfish on my foot?!”

4. Any confidence you once had in a bathing suit is obliterated by thong-wearing South Beach regulars (old, hairy men included; but, that’s none of my business, though).

5. Please define Chonga.

6. Turns out, the daily, torrential downpour is always followed by a big, happy sun. Just go to the beach and fight through it.

7. You don’t typically expect to find a large palm branch sprawled across the entire road, but think again—somehow, they are always there.

8. Fifteen miles no longer equals a fifteen-minute drive? Why?

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