@Renleigh Realtors are big networkers too. If you have a CPA, hairdresser, financial advisor, or other professional you trust they will probably know a good realtor.
@CJ Cregg I always approach these scenarios as "why not at least apply?" You don't have to accept the offer if you don't gel during the interview process.
Hopping back in the game! I am treating to a restaurant week dinner tonight: $150? Tomorrow coffee and reading and maybe an arcade or maybe an afternoon beer with lunch. Sunday about $20 for extra ingredients for Super Bowl dips and booze. Total: $200?
@annecara I'm doing a restaurant week dinner tonight too! At The Bedford. And next week a lunch at Terzo Piano. Every year I tell myself that I'm going to use the Restaurant Week list as a guide for where to eat the other 50 weeks out of the year, but I never do.
$5 each week? Seems steep. And what happens to when there is no surplus of hours the next week?
@goodtimesnoodlesalad and static guard!
@Allison I assume so. I've only ever made them immediately because they're so easy I can start a chili and say "wait. I want biscuits too. let's do this."
@Allison I've done her plain biscuits and they were delicious and easy, but sticky when you're prepping them to the point where you feel like you screwed it all up. You didn't!
@coastalelite I defer to captainawkward.com. One of her best suggestions is a variation of one word replies like "huh" "wow" "hmm" + a topic change. Good luck!
A roommate in college drunkenly ate my chicken nuggets and then tried to tell me that a robber must have come during the night and stolen only those from the freezer.