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August 22, 2004



OOh, I didn't realize you weren't living in St. Pete! I'm from Palm Harbor and my best friend that I met at SPJC grew up in Safety Harbor in Phillipe Park. (Yes, in the park -Her mom was the ranger)
Congrats on the house, it sounds fab!


Congratulations! I knew you will find the perfect house!
Best of luck to you and your family!
May the rest of your plans/paperwork etc. go well!


Ohhh, I'm so happy you found your dream house. I guess this means there is hope after all!


Robin P

I knew the "right" house would find you! I didn't have any doubts at all.Please ask Gary to post a banana cream pie recipe! YUM! Sounds delicious.
Extra space,good location and bananas. Congratulations to all!


I hate to sound like a toddler but...
*sticks tongue out and chants (in an annoying voice)* I told ya so, I told ya so.

Ok, I'm no Mother Nature but finding a house is the easy part. Going through all of your stuff, packing or throwing it away and moving those same boxes, unpacking and the interruption of life that happens in between is the hard part.

Best of luck to you


Wow bananas! Any kid would love that!


yay you!!


Congrats!! You must be so excited. We may be relocating from Maryland to Summerville, SC this fall, so I know how the house hunting can go. Best wishes for a smooth move for you and your family.


I'm so excited for you Julie1I know you can't hardly wait until it is truly yours!


Congrats! Buying a new house is sooo frustrating and exciting all at the same time. I'm so glad that you found something that you are all happy with! :)


Congratulations on the house!! We used to have a banana tree in our yard when we lived in Hawaii. I miss those days!!


Wow! Congrats! Sounds just like what you were looking for. May you have many many years of delicious banana smoothies! :)


Congrats to everyone. We have peach trees, so I can appreciate how exciting it is to have one's very own nanna tree. :)


congratulations! so happy for you!

Tiny Coconut

Funny what things draw us in to a house, isn't it? For me it was a huge picture window in my loft bedroom, and fruit trees (kumquats, oranges, tangerines, lemons) in my backyard. So I'm with Colter on this one...Banana smoothies are a good reason to love a house.

Mazel tov. May you have many years of joy in your new home.


Congratulations to you and your family. Y'all must be thrilled.

Thanks also for the George Eliot quote currently posted; I needed to see that today.


That's great!! :) Congratulations! I'm so glad you finally found something you're happy with and got it!


Yeah! Good for you!


Sounds wonderful! When will you get to move in?


That's wonderful news! Many congratulations!! It sure sounds neat(and unique) to have a banana tree in the backyard. I've heard of lemon, plum, apple, cherry, nectarine, and peach trees in people's backyards before, but I don't know anyone who has a banana one. :)

Hope you get to move in soon to your new home.


Ooh, and bananas too! Congratulations!


Sounds like a win! win! win! Woohoo!

fran manushkin

Way to go, julie! Congrats! Fran


Pictures! Pictures!


Congratulations! A banana tree sounds very exotic to me as I am from Minnesota.


WOOOHOOO! Congrats to you and your fam!


We have banana trees in our backyard too. Sounds like a great decision. Congrats!

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