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Cathi’s first Hole in One!  8-29-14 Talking Stick Casino and Resort #9 South course

August 2012…The lone Cypress… magnificent!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pebble Beach is so beautiful I could hardly focus on my golf game!….Love the Spanish Bay Inn and the bagpipes at sunset.  

  Cathi on the PB 18th Tee box…

John & I, Maui April 2012 vacation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Labor Day weekend 2011- AGA Men’s Golf Tourny at the Gallery North course & The Ritz Carlton Dove Mt. Resort in Marana, AZ

Another satisfied Buyer!” meet Greg Havenhill, Vietnam Veteran~ helicopter med evac.  Currently retired from San Diego, CA and a happy new home owner in Prescott Valley, March, 2011

 

Turquoise…
Arizona has historically been
an important producer of turquoise for national and global markets.
In fact, several mines in the state
are world famous for their unique color, quality, and matrix.
 On top of that, no bolo tie collection is complete without a good turquoise piece!
The Sleeping Beauty mine is seven miles outside Globe, Arizona.
Pictured here, Sleeping Beauty Turquoise is internationally renowned for its solid, light blue color with no matrix.
 
The Mineral Park Mine, in the Cerbat Mountains 14 miles northwest of Kingman,
is one of only three sites mined
by prehistoric natives in Arizona.
The Morenci Turquoise mine is famous for beautiful Pyrate matrix in rich,
true blue stone.

Prescott Christmas Parade, Dec. 4, 2010…  Professionals  “Homes for Heros”  Army truck float!  Serving those that served the USA

Hope you and yours had a Fantastic 4th of JULY 2014 celebration?   Endless summer

 

Team POSPISIL won the 4th time at the Annual Windermere Golf Classic!

Where: Hassayampa Private Golf Club, Prescott, AZ
Why:  Windermere’s Annual charity fundraiser for Prescott charities in need!  Sponsor one of the 5 par 3 holes with your business and prizes, buy a tee or green to advertise your company or donate items for our silent auction!  Call Cathi for more details, registration, to be a player or sponsor!  928-273-0538  we hope you can join us!

The PV office hosted a 4th Blood Drive to celebrate the 25th Annual Community Service Day, Friday, Oct. 9th 10AM – 2PM

Windermere  Prescott Valley & United Blood Services “ 3rd Annual Blood Drive”  Save the date!   Call for an appmt:  928-759-2299, or email: cathi@myrebroker.com
Be a HERO, one unit can save up to 3 lives, The Fall & Holiday months mean a lower supply… Thanks, we hope to see you here and exceed last year’s drive!

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Frontier Days “World’s Oldest Rodeo” Come enjoy this Summer, June 28th – July 4th, 2010

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Arizona Trivia:1. Prescott was named for the historian, William Prescott, luckily beating out what name? Gimletville

2. Who is the Prescott native that in 1917 penned the cowboy classic poem, “Tyin’ knots in the devils tail”? Gail Gardner

3. Name the state flower of Arizona? Saguaro cactus blossom

4. Name three of the five (US) states that border Arizona? California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico

5. Name the Tucson high school student, leader of the legendary “Sons of the Pioneers” who wrote the western music classic, “Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds?” Bob Nolan

6. Where was the movie “Junior Bonner”, starring Steve McQueen, filmed? Prescott

7. Who is the lion of Tombstone? Wyatt Earp

8. What city took it’s name as the result of a card game? Show Low

9. Where was the first territorial capital of Arizona? Prescott

10. What highway traversing the state of Arizona was referred to by writer John Steinbeck as the “Mother Road?” Route 66

11. What is Arizona’s state bird? Cactus Wren

12. Who is William Bonney better known as? Billy the kid

13. Which movie star was known as the “Arizona Cowboy?” Rex Allen

14. Who is Arizona’s best known woman stage coach robber?
Pearl Hart

15. Which of the Earp brothers was gunned down in Hatch’s Saloon (Tombstone) in 1882? Morgan
16. What was Dr. John Holiday’s better known occupation? Professional gambler

17. Who is the classiest, most sincere and successful real estate office in Prescott? Windermere Real Estate Northern Arizona!

“8 Simple Ways to Enjoy life everyday!”
1. Appreciate Beauty

Each day we come across beauty in a number of shapes and forms. It’s a shame, then, that many people have become so accustomed to this beauty that it largely goes unappreciated. I suggest looking again at the people, plants, gadgets, and buildings (to name but a few examples) around you and taking a moment to appreciate what makes them so special.

2. Connect With Nature

Nature is an amazing healer for the stresses and strains of modern life. Eating lunch in the park, attending to a vegetable garden in your backyard, or watching the sunset are just a few simple ideas for how you can enjoy the outdoors on a daily basis.

3. Laugh

E. E. Cummings once said “the most wasted of all days is one without laughter.” How very true. Never be too busy to laugh, or too serious to smile. Instead, surround yourself with fun people and don’t get caught up in your own sense of importance.

4. Have Simple Pleasures

A good cup of coffee when I first wake. Time spent playing with my 8 month old son. Cooking a nice meal in the evening. These may not seem terribly exciting, but they are some of the simple pleasures I enjoy in life. If you slow down for just a moment and take the time to appreciate these ordinary events, life becomes instantly more enjoyable.

5. Connect With People

In so many ways, it is our relationships with people that give us the most happiness in life. Perhaps, then, the best way to enjoy your work more is not to get a raise or a promotion, but rather to build rewarding relationships with your co-workers.

6. Learn

There is a strong link between learning and happiness. Given this, there is no excuse not to be stimulating your brain and learning something new each day. My favorite way to find time for learning is to make the most of the commute to and from work. Audiobooks and podcasts are great for this purpose.

7. Rethink Your Mornings and Evenings

Are the mornings a mad rush for you to get out the door? Do you switch off the TV at night and go straight to bed? I have personally experienced the profound benefits of establishing a routine in the morning and evening. For example, in the morning you may choose to wake an hour earlier and spend the time working on yourself, whether it be reading, writing or exercising. In the evening, consider spending some time just before bed reviewing your day or in meditation.

8. Celebrate Your Successes

During a normal day we are sure to have some minor successes. Perhaps you have successfully dealt with a difficult customer, made a sale, or received a nice compliment for your work. These aren’t events worth throwing a party for, but why not take a moment to celebrate your success? Share the experience with someone else, reward yourself with a nice lunch, or just give yourself a mental pat on the back.

Cathi Pospisil, 30 year REALTOR, Broker Associate, ABR, AHWD, CRS, GRI, MRE, SFR and Past Aspen Board of REALTORS® President,  

Cell: 928-273-0538, EM: cathi@myrebroker.com(credit to www.pickthebrain.com)

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