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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Drew Carey Says..

Cleveland rocks.
It isn't news that I enjoy shopping. I especially tend to shop online, as it is just more convenient. Looking for a new home shouldn't be any different. I have moved a few times, and the internet played an integral role in our search. Had I been moving to the Buckeye State, I'm sure finding a Cleveland Ohio Realtor would have been a smart first step. I however would probably navigate the internet finding any and all information I could about homes for sale in Ohio. Area attractions, cost of living, schools, and even tips on selling your current residence—it's all out there.

Plus, Ohioians seem to have a strong sense of pride.

4 comments:

Cecilia Sherrard said...

Hey facey... nice post and thanks... I actually have a tattoo of a buckeye covering the full length of my back... and a I'm thinking of getting "Cleveland" across my knuckles...

=)~

Lucky Girl said...

Holy Moly--I grew up in Ohio, but have never seen an Ohio tattoo!

Sharon S. said...

I've lived my whole life in Ohio and have come to believe that it is the center of the universe :-). It seems that every movie I've seen has some reference to Ohio. We've even had truck drivers comment on how beautiful the drive through NW Ohio is. Okay? My husband's great grandmother called this area the ***hole of the world. She came from mountainous Germany so you can see her disappointment with the terrain. I, and my husband, have always thought about moving elsewhere, but the cost of living is good, natural disasters are rare and the weather, even the winters, are pretty nice. I'm not about to get an Ohio tattoo on my forehead or forearm for that matter, but Ohio has been a pretty nice place to live.

Carole said...

Wow, now that's state pride!