August is Birthday Month For This Wilton Realtor.

Wilton Realtor

August is birthday month for this Wilton Realtor. I pre-celebrated today at lunch with my step-sister, Nanci Beall. We went to Cafe Bernardo and had a wonderful time, Nanci’s treat. She also made me an amazing picture with stars. Looking up at the stars at night is my favorite thing to do. We get so busy in real estate working we often forget to even eat lunch and enjoy the stars in the wee hours. I’m going out tonight just after midnight to look up at the sky, to enjoy the sparkling stars. 

As tomorrow is the real B-Day, my son, contractor J.T. Bradley, owner of Bradley Builders, is coming to take me to dinner. As planned, we are going to my favorite place, the Sheldon Inn, a local Elk Grove popular stop in rural south county. My grandson, Gage Bradley, will be there too. He is growing up so fast. I’m very excited to spend my birthday with my favorite men.  Let’s not forget my next door neighbor, Uncle Greg, my Brother-in-law. He helps me almost everyday with my honey do list. He says it is a blessing and a curse to be so handy.

This Wilton Realtor is looking forward to some time off tomorrow afternoon to enjoy the day. I have a counter offer out and I hope my Birthday is a lucky day for this special family.  Being with people you love and breaking bread with them is about the best birthday present I could ever have. My birthday is about enjoying being with my family, friends and my animals, as that’s how I celebrate my dream B-Day. What does your dream birthday look like?

In addition to birthdays, if you want to buy real estate or list your property call Weintraub & Wallace Realtors with RE/MAX Gold. We have a talented team of Realtors that work full time to provide white glove service to our clients, 7 days per  week. Call us anytime at 916-233-6759.

— JaCi Wallace



The Birthday Post From Elizabeth Weintraub

birthday post from Elizabeth WeintraubToday is my 61st birthday. That means it’s time for the birthday post from Elizabeth Weintraub, something I do every year. This year, I almost didn’t celebrate it. Because let’s face it, what’s one more year? What does turning 61 mean? It’s not a milestone birthday. It means I better be over the fact that I turned 60 last year because it’s all older from here on out. Choices that I may have once had the option to choose among are becoming leaner and fewer. I no longer have all of the time in the world to do whatever my heart contends. The clock is ticking on.

It’s kinda the opposite of uplifting.

In fact, it’s so the opposite of uplifting that I was considering holding off on birthday celebrations until maybe I turn 65 and apply for Medicare. Yup, no more birthday parties or gifts or cards or anything remotely celebratory in connection with my birthday for a while. Not one more birthday post from Elizabeth Weintraub. Then, perhaps I could celebrate in 5-year increments, so it wouldn’t seem like I was getting so old and decrepit. Maybe by the time I turned 90, I would once again be ready to celebrate every year, when I truly have an event to celebrate, something to blog about and make a birthday post from Elizabeth Weintraub mean something.

After I thought this and contemplated it for a while, I concluded that celebrating only milestone birthdays was a pretty stupid and wasted thought process. I should be content with the fact that every morning when I open my eyes that I am still here and have not been abducted by aliens.

Not only that, but the past year has been remarkable. I got to enjoy 3 weeks in the South Pacific over the holidays, finally visited Hilton Head Island, scored front row seats to a musical in Chicago, spent Thanksgiving with both of our families and had the best year in real estate ever over the past four decades, selling $32 million in a depressed market.

Turning 61 is pretty great!

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