Monthly Newsletter July 1, 2019

Happy Birthday America!

Happy July everybody and Happy Birthday America. (and me…my birthday is in July)

Leaving June behind and all the activity that comes with graduation and schools letting out, we get to welcome in July and the celebration of our Nations birthday! We the people of the United States are honored to celebrate our nation’s independence. Happy birthday to the America!!!

Prescott not only kicks off the summer months celebrating our Nations independence with fireworks, parades and picnics, but also with the 132nd Prescott Frontier Days from July 1-July 7. Since 1888 Prescott has hosted the world’s oldest rodeo. This event has occurred over the 4th of July weekend since 1888. Remember to check out my community connection at to find out what is happening around town.

With the longer days and the great weather it is a perfect time to get to go out and enjoy all that living in “Everybody’s Hometown” has for us. Hike the trails, enjoy the lakes or walk the square. There is so much to do in this fabulous area that people come up from all over the valley to enjoy our home town. Shop the shops, eat the food and if you are from out of town and are thinking about being from town I am ready to help. Give me a call and let’s go make you a local!!! I am you friendly home town Realtor and I can help with all your real estate needs whether selling your current home, buying your dream home….. Or both! I am making dreams come true…..One home at a time!

July Gives Us So Many GREAT Reasons to Celebrate!

National Ice Cream Month
National Blueberries Month
National Deli Sandwich Month
National Grilling Month

“Hot July brings cooling showers,
Apricots and gillyflowers.”

– Sara Coleridge, Pretty Lessons in Verse

July 1, 1847
U.S. postage stamps went on sale for the first time.

July 4, 1984
After being displayed for over a century, the torch on the Statue of Liberty is removed so it can be replaced.

July 14, 1867
Alfred Nobel demonstrates dynamite.

July 17, 1955
Walt Disney’s Disneyland opens in Anaheim, Ca.

July 19, 1940
Winston Churchill uses the two fingers “V” for victory sign.

July 23, 1904
Charles E. Minches of St. Louis, Missouri fills a pastry cone with two scoops of ice cream, and the ice cream cone is invented.

** Theresa’s Tid Bits and Trivia **

Pluto didn’t get to make one whole orbit of the sun in the time between its discovery in 1930 and its demotion in 2006.
Goats have rectangular pupils.
The average cloud weighs over a million pounds.
If you unwind a roll of Scotch tape fast enough, it can “generate enough X-rays to image a human finger.”
Did you know that there is a world record for seeing how many times you can attempt a world record?!
Baby porcupines are called “porcupettes”.
High heeled shoes were originally created for men.
Reno, Nevada is west of Los Angeles, California.
The medical term for a gurgling stomach is “borborygmus”.
The heart of a shrimp is located in its head.

Making dreams come true….
one home at a time

Theresa deSoto

(928) 606-8360