Hello faithful readers. I hope this June edition finds you all safe and healthy. I hope the newsletters bring a ray of sunshine into your life as we all strive to get back to a normal lifestyle. Arizona is beginning to open up after a few “stay at home and stay safe” months. As we move into summer our beautiful town is blooming with great weather and there is always something for everyone in everybody’s hometown of Prescott Arizona. Just visit TheresadeSoto.com for a community connection to find out what is happening in the local community. As things are getting back to normal, please remember to support our local businesses. And remember I am here for all of your real estate needs. Whether selling your current home, buying your dream home……Or both! I am your friendly hometown realtor I am making dreams come true……One home at a time!
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“It is better to be a young June-bug than an old bird of paradise”
– Mark Twain
Beautiful in Your Skin Month
National Iced Tea Month
National Dairy Month
National Pollinators Month
National Steakhouse Month
June 6 – 14 National Fishing and Boating Week
June 7 – 13 National Headache Awareness Week
June 18 – 24 National Nurse Assistants Week
June 21 – 27 National Play Catch Week
“I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where it was always June.”
– L. M. Montgomery
National Go Barefoot Day
National Repeat Day
National Moonshine Day
National Drive in Movie Day (they still have those)
National VCR Day (Beta or VHS?)
National Flip Flop Day
National Splurge Day (my husband can splurge on my ANNIVERSARY gift!!)
National Meteor Watch Day
Kentucky & Tennessee entered the Union, 1792 & 1796
Astronaut Edward White became
the first American to walk in space, 1965
Henry Ford made successful test run
with his horseless carriage in Detroit, 1896
Nero, Emperor of Rome, died, A.D. 68
The first U.S. patent for
gas-driven auto issued, 1895
The invention of Baseball
was first presented, 1839
Benjamin Franklin proved
that lightning is electricity, 1752
The first Father’s Day was celebrated in
Spokane, Washington, 1910
Congress created the Department of Justice, 1870
Margaret Mitchell’s novel
“Gone with The Wind” was published, 1936
In Tokyo you can buy a toupee for your dog.
If Barbie were life-size, her measurements would be 39-23-33. She would stand 7 feet, 2 inches tall.
In every episode of Seinfeld there is a Superman somewhere.
Maine is the only state a one-syllable name.
Average number of people airborne over the US any given hour: 61,000.
There are more cars in Southern California than there are cows in India.
There are more collect calls on Father’s Day than any other day of the year.
Cranberry is the only Jell-O flavor that contains real fruit flavoring.
Montpelier, VT is the only U.S. state capital without a McDonalds.
In England in the 1880s, “pants” was considered a dirty word.