Lush vegetation, higher water than usual

Lush vegetation, higher water than usual

Lush vegetation, higher water than usual, originally uploaded by cletch. Walking the dog at Dodge Park in Commerce, Mi. The little stream is usually much quieter than it is today. It seems the greenery has enjoyed all this rain. It also seems the wildlife is more abundant / noisier thus year. Pat Williams 248-842-5527 CyberCletch LLC Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry Continue reading

Cold Patterns

Cold Patterns

My father took this picture while visiting. Taken before the warm spell he saw these pattern out the window, picked up my camera and shot it. Continue reading

Runs Like a Deere

Runs Like a Deere

Runs Like a Deer, originally uploaded by cletch. This the most unique bike I've ever seen. Spotted at home depot on Haggerty. Pat Williams 248-842-5527 CyberCletch LLC Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry Continue reading

The Pot Of Gold at the End of the Razor

The Pot Of Gold at the End of the Razor

Would you shave your head to show solidarity with kids fighting cancer? I learned about St. Baldrick's through one of my networking meetings. Emily Macbeth began supporting the cause after losing her child to cancer. She is organizing a fundraising event to be held at the Uptown Grill on Maple Road in Commerce. (If you haven't been to the Uptown Grill, you're missing out! Everything is excellent and they have live music regularly.) You can visit the St. Baldrick's Uptown Grill event page Continue reading

30 Days of Thanks – Day 8

30 Days of Thanks – Day 8

Today I am thankful for this morning's sunrise. A testament to the fact that no matter what is happening in the world, there is breathtaking beauty to be found if we raise our eyes and look for it. If you'd like to participate in 30 Days of Thanks - head on over to www.30daysofthanks.com for the details. Take a moment to read what others are grateful for in their lives. Continue reading

Long’s Pumpkin Patch

Long’s Pumpkin Patch

Long's Farm is a Commerce Institution, whether it's their spring asparagus, summer corn and strawberries, or fall apples. I love the fall visual landscape as the cold nights kill off the greenery revealing bright orange pumpkins. Bordering the fields are trees, and as the leaves change color, they provide a perfect seasonal backdrop to the pumpkin patch. Take some time to stop by for some apple cider and fresh donuts. Bring the kids in the evening and let them get lost in the corn maze while Continue reading

My Empty Canvas

Well here it is. My Blog. An empty canvas. I can create whatever I want. Hmmmm... what do I want? Apparently a blogger needs to determine a purpose for the blog: to share real estate related information as it pertains to being a Virtual Assistant. to share real estate related information as it pertains to having or wanting a house and/or property. to share real estate information as it pertains to being a Realtor and learning about the real estate market. to share real estate or Continue reading