Last night my pacemaker pounded all night long. l do not think I will put up with selling much longer . Respond back that I will sell on the original offer with closing dates in March. Ed
I walked into my chilly office turned on the heater and flipped the hour-glass over so I could get down to business. As Outlook loaded the emails that I received since the time I left the office last night, I was able to enjoy nearly a minute of silence. I closed my eyes and reflected for a moment. It’s Friday, it’s sunny outside, I’m employed, I have a car, I was able to drive myself to work. I’m fortunate.
As predicted and without fail at exactly 8:30 a.m. Karl crossed the threshold to give me my daily fist pound and chant “I’M ALIVE, EXCITED AND FULL OF ENERGY!”.
The first email alert that crossed my monitor was, ” Last night my pacemaker pounded all night long l do not think I will put up with selling much longer . Respond back that I will sell on the original offer with closing dates in March. ” I put my cape on, sprung into action to inform the cooperating agent. The deal is sealed and I’ve saved a life.
Now onto the next….