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Grove Park- Sunset, Asheville, North Carolina

User Image kimmyjlove Posted: Mar 22, 2018 2:55 AM (UTC)
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Today’s wonderland, hiked in it!!!
Oh hey! It’s a spring snowfall at my house. 😁❄️🌷
New Listing! Where your home reflects your style...
Stunning Custom Green-Built 4 bedroom plus study/office, 4 baths, 2 car garage with amazing mountain views from all rooms. Enjoy mountain sunrises over coffee from the upper and lower outdoor living areas and enjoy the feeling of being submersed in nature a world away yet within a few short minute drive to all area amenities including Fresh Market, Trader Joes, North and Downtown Asheville restaurants, shopping, the Grove Park Inn, and much more. Stunning Gourmet Kitchen with Copper hood and Farm sink with exquisite coffered ceiling. No expense was spared with numerous high end upgrades, furnishings and artwork inside and outside the home. Designer colors, fixtures, décor, blinds, shades and furnishings included so nothing left to do except enjoy the mountains and North Asheville life. An amazing like new, immaculate custom home waiting for you! Contact me directly for more information or to schedule a showing, 828.279.3980
My favorite spot in this new listing is the kitchen with this gorgeous backsplash and the copper hood that matches the copper farm sink. This home is being sold turn key. Bring your clothes and move to Asheville! Beautiful hardwoods, amazing tile selections, and don’t let me forget, it has a view.
In mls tomorrow. 3000 sq feet, open floor plan, stunning furniture selections as well.
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User Image living.through Posted: Mar 18, 2018 5:58 PM (UTC)
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I try to be kind simply because I can be. I have moments where I’m at my best: at McDonald’s of all places, getting annoyed because it’s taking so long, but instantly feeling better after opening the door for a lady struggling with too many bags and drinks. Other days I feel entitled to kindness in return. I forget that other people don’t owe me anything just because I was slightly nicer than they were. This is especially hard for me to remember when I feel as though the other person started the interaction by being rude. If my behavior is even slightly better than theirs, I do, in fact, want a cookie. Or maybe a good metal.

But dropping down to other people’s level doesn’t make me better and neither does staying just a half step above theirs. I want to show kindness to every one, regardless of how they’re acting toward me, regardless of what they can do for me. It is so easy to allow myself to think that another people’s impoliteness is a personal attack, directed at me. It’s even easier to forget that on my bad days, I’m unpleasant to everyone but don’t mean it personally towards anyone. I appreciate the kindness others show me on my bad days, even more so than that shown to me while I’m on my A game. That saying is so true; I aim to be kind to others because everyone has a hard battle, even if it isn’t readily apparent. Others living this has gotten me through some low days, and I want to pass that around. Always.

Obviously, this is easier said than done. (What isn’t?) But I see it as especially important in the aftermath of loss. I understand this sadness, pain, and emptiness in a way I never imagined before the death of my dad. And now, I get to work with it. I am able to use it to mold myself into a kinder, more empathetic and compassionate person. If I could chose, I’d chose to have my dad back and never understand this new normal or life after losing a loved one. But that isn’t how this works. So, I’ll settle for picking up the pieces and trying to use my experiences to make myself better. I truly understand the power of receiving a kind word on a bad day, so I can only imagine the power and feeling that comes with giving those kind words.
15th birthday gift to my son, love him till eternity. Took him shopping today and then onto to his birthday dinner tonight.
#happybirthday #stpatricksday #mysonmylife
Happy St. Patrick’s Day 🍀 from the land of big skies...and even bigger fireplaces!! @omnigrovepark #ashevillenc 📷 @lesliesharp66

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