Monthly Newsletter August 1, 2019

September is Awesome in Prescott!

Happy Labor Day weekend to you all! September is here already and what an awesome month to be in the Greater Prescott Area. The weather is beginning to cool off in the evenings and the days are slowly becoming dark earlier. The feeling of autumn being right around the corner is evident with the trees starting to show the very early stages of changing colors. We are so blessed to live in a western climate that has mild season changes. Make sure to get out and enjoy the beautiful area we live in.

There are a lot of great events not only this weekend but also the whole through month. If you are planning a trip to Prescott this month there are many unique lodging choices in the Prescott area. You can get all the local information on events, lodging and so much more by visiting for a community connection. I hope to see you at The Fair on the Square Arts and Crafts Show this weekend in downtown Prescott. And remember, I am your 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!

More people are born in September than any other month!

There are flowers enough in the summertime,
More flowers than I can remember—
But none with the purple, gold, and red
That dye the flowers of September!
—Mary Howitt (1799-1888)

Thank you September for these reasons to celebrate!

National Happy Cat Month
Blueberry Popsicle Month
Better Breakfast Month

7th Neither Rain nor Snow Day
8th National Hug Your Hound Day
13th Kids Take Over the Kitchen Day
15th Make a Hat Day
21st International Peace Day

Old September Folklore: Did you know

Heavy September rains bring drought.
September dries up ditches or breaks down bridges.
September blow soft, till the fruit’s in the loft.
Married in September’s golden glow, smooth and serene your life will go.
If the storms of September clear off warm, the storms of the following winter will be warm.
Fair on September 1st, fair for the month.


September 1, 1752
“Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof” The Liberty Bell was officially placed in the Pennsylvania State House (now Independence Hall) in Philadelphia.

September 2, 1789
The United States Treasury Department was established.

September 4, 1781
The city of Los Angeles was founded.

September 6, 1976
Dean Martin appeared on Jerry Lewis’ 11th Muscular Dystrophy telethon. The pair had not spoken since the 1950s.

September 8, 1930
“Blondie” newspaper comic strip debuted.

September 9, 1947
The first case of a computer bug being found… a moth lodged in a relay of a Harvard Mark II computer at Harvard University.

September 10, 1945
Mike the Headless chicken survived his pre-meal beheading, living another year and a half without a head.(True story!)

September 14, 1752
Yesterday was September 2nd, in Great Britain and the American Colonies, but with the switchover from the Julian to Gregorian calendar, it became September 14 in all of western civilization.

September 20, 1960
The Flintstones debuted on ABC.

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** Theresa’s Tid Bits and Trivia **

  • The U.S. Supreme Court has previously ruled that tomatoes are vegetables.
  • Elephants can’t jump.
  • There is no spot in Central America more than 125 miles from the ocean.
  • There’s a village in Norway called Hell, and it freezes over every winter.
  • In 2009, Scottish scientists searching for the Loch Ness Monster found 100,000 golf balls instead.
  • The Cookie Monster has a real name. It’s Sid.
  • A snail can sleep for three years.
  • The largest sand castle in the world was built in Germany and was over 54 feet high. It took 168 trucks over a week to deliver enough sand.
  • Many lipsticks contain fish scales.
  • S.O.S. does not stand for anything. It was created as a universal distress signal because it is a simple, unmistakable message when sent via Morse code.

Making dreams come true….
one home at a time

Theresa deSoto

(928) 606-8360